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PACE Flexibility Provisions that Would Help Medicare-Only Beneficiaries

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A new analysis from The Center for Elder Care and Advanced Illness lays out the key regulatory flexibilities that are central to allowing a greater number of Medicare beneficiaries to enroll in PACE, and includes links to relevant regulatory and statutory policy.

The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly is a highly promising model that can be adapted to meet the needs of large numbers of older adults who require a mix of medical care and long-term services and supports. These beneficiaries need reliable, well-coordinated, geriatrically competent, longitudinal services that are delivered in the community. These services must be affordable to participating older adults and to U.S. taxpayers.

Click Here to View PACE Flexibility Provisions That Would Help Medicare-Only Enrollees

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