Developing PACE: Statewide Resources & FQHC Experiences

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Recently, the Department of Health Care Services (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.

Part two of this series will focus on the supports available to PACE programs and the experiences of FQHCs implementing the PACE model. The CEO of CalPACE, Peter Hansel will join us to give context on the historical background and need for the PACE program in California. In addition, Peter will discuss the statewide PACE Association and its resources for current and prospective PACE organizations. WE have also invited staff from AltaMed and San Ysidro Health, the only two FQHC based PACE programs in California to share their respective health centers' experiences in developing PACE programs as FQHCs. They will give an overview of their PACE programs, discuss the challenges that FQHCs face when developing the infrastructure to meet the requirements of PACE,. and illustrate the service and care model necessary to serve PACE members.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand the need and demand for PACE programs throughout California.
  • Explore the CalPACE association, its members, and its resources for PACE programs.
  • Learn about AltaMed and San Ysidro Health Center's transition from providing traditional FQHC services to developing the staffing, infrastructure, and care model necessary to run a PACE center.


PRESENTERS:

  • Peter Hansel, CEO, CalPACE
  • Maria Zamora, Vice President - Senior Care Services, AltaMed Health Services
  • Kevin Mattson, President and CEO, San Ysidro Health 

 


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When
2/6/2018 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Where
Online Via Citrix GoToWebinar

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