Wednesday, July 14, 2021 | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
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 that are being considered to address the Medicare Part D dilemma to the ways in which PACE programs have adapted during Covid-19.
View our agenda and speakers below. Learn more about our speakers by viewing their bios.
Huron Valley PACE Executive Director Sonja Love Felton interviews program beneficiaries and provides an overview of the PACE multidisciplinary team in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Hear from Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania (pre-recorded) and US Representative Debbie Dingell of Michigan's 12th Congressional District, on how PACE can potentially change the way aging occurs in the US.
The National PACE Association's Peter Fitzgerald will invite leading PACE innovators to discuss what they are doing before, during, and after COVID-19. Participants include:
Altarum Director of Eldercare Improvement Anne Montgomery moderates a roundtable discussion on the major challenges, barriers, and opportunities to PACE expansion today, featuring key state and federal policymakers, including:
Altarum Deputy Director of Eldercare Improvement Sarah Slocum moderates a roundtable on the future of PACE featuring leading advocates and policy experts, including:
Altarum researcher Nils Franco reviews how to analyze your community’s needs and provide the business case for PACE expansion—discussion to be continued at a future webinar in mid September 2021.