2016-2017 NPA Annual Report

The 2016-2017 NPA Annual Report is now available.

How NPA Supports PACE Programs

Federal Policy and Advocacy

NPA works closely with members of Congress, senior administration officials and their staff, and state policy-makers to educate and promote a reimbursement and regulatory environment that enables PACE programs to continue to provide high-quality, individualized and innovative care.

NPA also works in coalition with other organizations in Washington, DC, to advocate for strengthening the ability of the health care system to provide appropriate care and to support the efforts of families and friends to assist older Americans.

Education and Communication

NPA hosts three conferences each year, maintains more than a dozen networking list serves for PACE professional staff, sends out monthly newsletters, and facilitates programs to help PACE organizations learn from one another and from experts in the field.

Benchmarking Data

NPA collects data from participating PACE sites to help them compare the provision of services and participant characteristics across PACE sites. This benchmarking data is helpful in allowing PACE staff to continuously improve service delivery.


NPA is committed to supporting the study of innovative and integrated models of care with the goal of improving the lives of frail older persons and others, regardless of the health care setting.

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There are more than 230 PACE centers in 31 states. Find your local PACE program.

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