Altarum Seminar Offers a Large, Lively, and Timely Conversation on the PACE Model of Care

July 23, 2021

On July 14, Altarum brought together dozens of 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. If you were unable to attend PACE Policy, Expansion, Research, and Innovation: The Call to Action, you can watch a recording of the event below.

The two-hour event covered a wide range of topics, from policy challenges such as the Part D dilemma that impede the growth of the program, to innovative ways that PACE adapted during Covid-19 in order to safely and seamlessly serve their participants, to solutions for home-based services that PACE can offer to community-dwelling Medicare beneficiaries.

You can learn more about the event's expert panelists by reading their bios. Altarum has also compiled a list of PACE resources provided by event participants for your reference.

Altarum is a nonprofit organization that works with federal and state agencies and foundations to design and implement solutions to improve the health of individuals with fewer financial resources and populations disenfranchised by the health care system. We achieve measurable results by combining our expertise in public health and health care delivery with technology, workforce training and continuing education, applied research, and technical assistance. Our innovative solutions lead to better health for beneficiaries and better value for payers.