Jumping Into the PACE Pool

Finding the right support can get you off on the right foot

In The News | Sep 01, 2022

In a contributed article for HomeCare Mag, Orsula V. Knowlton, Pharm.D., MBA, president and co-founder of Tabula Rasa HealthCare (TRHC), discusses the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) startup journey is a multi-step process that involves determining state regulations, establishing a timeline, developing a business plan and conducting a feasibility study. While this process is often tricky to navigate, the right partner can provide crucial support in conceptualizing and launching a PACE program. This partner should have a strong understanding of the PACE market, as well as demonstrated experience helping organizations start and support successful PACE programs. The National PACE Association lists PACE Technical Assistance Centers (TACs) on its website. Some states require a TAC for the startup process, and even after services begin. Be mindful of both the experience and resources of the consultants.

Read the full article at HomeCare Mag.

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