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Recently, DHCS has opened the opportunity for organizations throughout California to apply to develop Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly or PACE programs. As community health centers, many FQHCs are well positioned to take on the opportunity to participate in this program, however PACE is a fundamentally different payment model and care delivery system than what FQHCs traditionally provide.
In part 1 of this two-part webinar series we'll hear from Stryder Morissette, Chief of PACE & SCAN Unit, Department of Health Care Services, as he presents an overview of the PACE program. We will also explore the application process, financial and administrative expectations of PACE organizations, and the requirements in providing health and social services for participants in the PACE program. In closing, time will be available for attendees to engage Stryder about any questions or concerns about the PACE application process.
- Overview of PACE program's regulatory, financial, and administrative structure
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of PACE organizations in providing all-inclusive care for PACE participants
- Discuss the PACE application process and the expectations of applicants applying to be a PACE organization
- Stryder Morissette, Chief of PACE & SCAN Unit, Department of Health Care Services, Long-Term Care Division
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