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Last Updated: 7/5/2022


What is PACE?

PACE, also known as Program of All-inclusive Care for Elderly, is a Medicare benefit option designed to support the needs of the aging seniors in the community who are in need of nursing-level of care but can remain at home with the support and services of PACE of the Ozarks.

At PACE of the Ozarks, we are dedicated to providing you with quality health care services so that you may remain as independent as possible. This includes providing all Medicare-covered items and services and Medicaid services, and other services determined to be necessary by the interdisciplinary team across all care settings, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

PACE is a voluntary program. You are the Participant in developing your care and how your care is delivered.

The goals of PACE are:

  • To maximize the independence, dignity, and respect of PACE Participants
  • To help make PACE Participants more independent and improve their quality of life
  • To provide coordinated quality health care to PACE Participants
  • To keep PACE Participants living safely in their homes and communities as long as possible
  • To help support and keep PACE Participants together with their family