Will growing pains hamper PACE?

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01/18/2024
AUTHOR – ATI Advisory

Senior Advisor Jade Gong offers her thoughts about the future of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE): “We know that the model works and many states are very intentional about wanting to have significant coverage of PACE in their state and that is a very positive thing.”

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