Negotiations continue among Senate Democrats on the contents of their partisan reconciliation package. NPA has learned that the amount of funding for HCBS, which includes PACE, has dropped from $400B to $150B. Read the full article and sign here.
When: July 14 | 2:00–4:00pm EDT This two-hour seminar will bring together Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) leaders and experts, policymakers, and advocates to provide an in-depth look at the PACE program and its ability to meet the needs of a growing Medicare population. We will explore topics ranging from policy solutions […]
This article was originally posted by the University of Berkeley. Read the full article here. ABSTRACT: As U.S. national and state policies for elder care evolve, this report offers a depiction of efforts by a provider of the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)—WelbeHealth—to adapt its care delivery in the face of the […]
This was originally posted on time.com. Read the full article here. For the American public, one of the first signs of the COVID-19 pandemic to come was a tragedy at a nursing home near Seattle. On Feb. 29, 2020, officials from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Washington State announced the […]
This was originally posted on homehealthcarenews.com. Read the full article here. The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed a dire need to rethink how and where Americans age, most long-term care experts agree. Investing in small-home senior living and “nursing homes without walls” are among the several innovative ideas that have been floated over the past year. […]
This was originally posted on itemlive.com. Read the full article here. LYNN — A new round of vaccinations will be going out to Lynn seniors next week, in the Commonwealth’s drive to get elderly people protected against COVID-19. The new drive will be conducted by Element Care PACE, a Lynn-based elderly care organization that provides […]
Read the full story here. GBH featured CHA in a story about COVID-19 vaccination reluctance and efforts to promote its safety and efficacy. CHA PACE executive director Jed Geyerhahn and Avlot Quessa, senior director of multicultural affairs and patient services, discussed hesitancy on the part of CHA PACE staff and communities of color in general, […]
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This was originally posted on WCVB.com. Read the full post and watch the video here. COVID-19 has dramatically impacted older adults, through illness or the isolation often needed to keep them healthy. In Massachusetts, a free program is supporting those able to stay in their homes by partnering with families as the pandemic continues to […]
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Massachusetts Secretary of Health and Human Services, Marylou Sudders, to join PACE Leaders and Frontline Workers in Speaking at Event What: MassPACE, the Massachusetts Association of the Programs of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), today announced it will host the second annual MassPACE Conference virtually from October 28-29, 2020. The event will bring together […]
Join with other PACE employees, vendors, elder stakeholders, and aging services providers as we celebrate 30 years of PACE in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. PACE in MA has grown from one small pilot program in 1990, to eight programs serving almost 5,000 participants and their families and caregivers in 2020. And now more than ever, […]
PACE is centered on the core belief that given a choice, most elders, the disabled, and their families would choose to receive care in their homes and communities rather than in a nursing home.
In an effort to serve as an accessible option for the elderly and disabled people 55 and over in Massachusetts, there are only four criteria to be eligible for PACE.
Join MassPACE in advocacy efforts to expand access to PACE and catch up on the latest news and events about PACE across the state.