Pathways to Serve “Medicare-Onlys” Outside of PACE

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AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

Many Medicare beneficiaries could benefit from a model like Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) that offers comprehensive Medicare and Medicaid benefits to frail, older adults who want to remain living in the community. However, many older adults on Medicare do not have Medicaid coverage, making PACE less affordable to them.

This Tip Sheet discusses various PACE-adjacent pathways for PACE organizations to consider exploring to serve Medicare-only individuals. ATI supports PACE program growth and diversification.

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