The PACE Expanded Act: Bipartisan House Bill Will Increase Access to Medical Care and Long-Term Care Services for Senior
House Passes Bill That Will Provide Veterans with Additional Access to PACE; NPA Urges Swift Senate Passage
NPA Urges House to Pass Bill Providing Veterans Additional Access to PACE
In anticipation of a vote in the House of Representatives soon, the National PACE Association (NPA) urges Congress to pass the Elizabeth Dole Home Care Act (H.R. 542) so veterans can enjoy the best quality of life possible as they age.
Earlier this year, the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs voted unanimously to advance the legislation, which would establish formal partnerships between PACE and Veterans Affairs Medical Centers (VAMCs).
Veterans Deserve the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly
Senate Bill Would Allow Expansion of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
NPA Applauds Support of House VA Committee for Elizabeth Dole Home Care Act
On July 27, 2023 the U.S. House of Representatives Veterans Affairs (VA) Committee gave its unanimous support for the Elizabeth Dole Home Care Act by a voice vote yesterday. Through this favorable vote advancing the bill, the legislation now can be debated by the full House.
Harvard Business Review Article Highlights Benefits and Growth of PACE
On June 15, 2023, The Harvard Business Review published an article showcasing the benefits of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). The article cites a case study of PACE Southeast Michigan that demonstrates “how PACE successfully delivers individualized, home-centered care to poor older adults while lowering overall costs” and describes how PACE improves quality of life.