Acronyms

As a service to our members, we provide this list of acronyms related to health care, PACE and NPA.

New: e-Communities for PACE

This year, NPA is transitioning from a list serve platform to e-Communities for PACE. We hosted the list serves for many years to allow NPA members to share information with one another.

The new e-Communities for PACE offer several advantages over the list serves. NPA members will be able to do the following:

  • view previous discussion topics,
  • conduct searches,
  • share attachments through an e-community library, and
  • enjoy other advanced features.

We have developed resources to help NPA members enroll in and utilize the new e-communities:

For more information, contact e-Communites for PACE.

New NPA Logo

In February 2019 we will have more information about how members can use the new NPA logo.

NPA Newsletter

Keeping the PACE is the monthly NPA e-newsletter, providing information on association activities, member news, and other items of interest to the PACE Community.

National PACE Month Resources

Each September is National PACE Month. NPA creates a theme and resources for use at the national, state and local level to increase awareness and understanding of PACE. 

PACE Awareness

As part of its PACE Awareness efforts, the NPA Communications staff works with the marketing and intake staffs at member organizations to build greater awareness of the PACE Model of Care. Topics of the monthly PACE Awareness calls include media relations, community events, referral networks, social media, and the PACE intake and enrollment process.

PACE Marketing 101

PACE Marketing 101 is a collection of key resources for PACE marketing efforts.

Professional Consortiums

In recognition of the important and unique roles fulfilled by PACE program staff, NPA developed professional consortiums for the disciplines within PACE. The concept of the consortiums developed out of the need for individuals with common interests to network and exchange ideas and best practices. The groups participate in conference calls every other month and communicate regularly via the NPA list serves. The primary objective for the consortiums is to work toward the development of an independent work group that will be responsible for researching and preparing presentations on specific areas of interest and then reporting their findings to the group during conference calls or the NPA Annual Conference. Consortiums currently are available for nurses, recreation specialists, social workers, therapists and transportation. 

 

 


 

 

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