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Improving Access to and Enrollment in PACE

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The Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is a fully integrated, comprehensive care model available to qualifying beneficiaries through Medicare, Medicaid, and private payments. The program currently helps 62,000 frail, older adults live independently in their homes and community. Access to community-based, high-value models like PACE is increasingly important as the U.S. population ages and demand for long-term services and supports grows.

Please join BPC and our panel of experts as we discuss our recent policy recommendations to expand the program’s geographic reach, increase enrollment, raise consumer awareness, and ensure the continued value of PACE.

Featured Participants

Introduction by:

G. William Hoagland
Senior Vice President, BPC

Keynote Remarks:

Kathy Hempstead
Senior Policy Adviser, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Panelists:

Peter Fitzgerald
EVP of Policy and Strategy, National PACE Association

Anne Montgomery
Health and Long-Term Care Analyst, AHM Enterprises

Mary Naber
CEO, PACE Southeast Michigan

Moderated by:

Lisa Harootunian
Associate Director, BPC

Additional Participants to be announced

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