WHAT IS PACE?
Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is a Medicare and Medicaid program that helps people meet their health care needs in the community instead of going to a nursing home or other care facility. With PACE, you have a team of health care professionals working with you and your family to make sure you get the coordinated care you need.
of Participants Live in the Community
of Caregivers would Recommend PACE
PACE provides all the care and services covered by Medicare and Medicaid, as well as additional care and services deemed necessary by the Interdisciplinary Team (IDTeam). PACE provides coverage for primary and specialty care, prescription drugs, medical transportation, hospital visits, dental care, medical equipment, home care, as well as physical, occupational, and speech therapy, and other services. The IDTeam works together with you and your family to develop the most effective plan of care for you.
At your PACE, Everything in ONE PLACE!
The PACE model of care can be traced to the early 1970s, when the Chinatown-North Beach community of San Francisco saw the pressing needs for long-term care services by families whose elders had immigrated from Italy, China and the Philippines. The Balanced Budget Act of 1997 established the PACE model as a permanently recognized provider type under both the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Today, there are over 138 PACE programs operating 272 PACE Centers in 31 states.
To learn more about PACE History, visit the National PACE Association website.
Indianapolis - Franciscan Senior Health & Wellness
Dyer - Franciscan Senior Health & Wellness
Mishawaka - Saint Joseph PACE
Richmond - Reid Health
INDIANA PACE CENTERS
Aging & In-Home Services of Northeast Indiana (AIHS), in partnership with Parkview Health Systems (Parkview), brought PACE of Northeast Indiana to Fort Wayne, IN to serve Allen County’s most vulnerable older adults. The strategic partnership between AIHS and Parkview allows participants in the PACE program to receive the best clinical and social care.
Aging & In-Home Services of Northeast Indiana was founded as a private, not-for-profit social service organization serving older adults, persons with disabilities, and their caregivers.
AIHS awarded CMS Community-based Care Transition Program contract to
continue Care Transition work throughout 13 hospitals in northern Indiana
AIHS began due diligence on PACE programs including market studies and site visits.
AIHS vacates 2927 Lake Avenue building to begin renovations for PACE of Northeast Indiana
PACE of Northeast Indiana opens to serve Fort Wayne, Indiana
AIHS partners with Parkview Health Systems to launch Care Transitions Pilot program
addressing how Social Determinants of Health affect hospital readmissions
Managed Care Organization contract with Anthem Medicaid to support the statewide contract for Indiana; AIHS’s Medicare
application was approved and received Medicare billing number; MCO contract with Physicians’ Health Plan of Northern Indiana
AIHS granted state approval for PACE of Northeast Indiana service area; market study completes showing highly viable market
AIHS partners with Parkview Health Systems to provide clinical care to Participants.
VP of PACE Operations
PACE Medical Director
Allison Turner, DO
Shannon Tranquill, NP