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Without PACE, I would not be able to keep working and care for my mother. Without the day program, I don't think I would have a life. It's wonderful.
"Without PACE, I would not be able to keep working and care for my mother. Without the day program, I don't think I would have a life. It's wonderful."


State Guidebook Resource List

The National PACE Association has developed a guidebook for state employees whose responsibilities include oversight of Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). The materials were developed as part of the Accelerating State Access to PACE (ASAP) training program funded by a grant from the John A. Hartford Foundation to assist states in expanding their capacity to administer PACE programs.

The following is a list of resources referred to in the Accelerating States Access to PACE Guidebook.

Preface

Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly
PACE History 


Chapter 1

State Strategies for Serving Dual Eligible Populations
PACE in the States 


Chapter 2

42 CFR Part 460
Summary of PACE Provider Regulation  


Chapter 3

PACE Technical Assistance Centers


Chapter 7

State Plan Amendment Pre-Print Pages


Chapter 8

March 23, 1998 State Medicaid Directors Letter
November 9, 200 State Medicaid Directors Letter


Chapter 10

PACE Provider Application - CMS Resources

 
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