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InnovAge CMO Offers Tips for Caregivers to Reduce Stress and Find Time for Themselves

"Caregiving circumstances are unique and ever-changing," notes Lisa Price, MD, chief medical officer at InnovAge, a provider of health and wellness services for older adults in California, Colorado and New Mexico.

"Getting information about options in advance and planning for the future can help caregivers find that elusive time for themselves," she says.

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Element Care Celebrates Khmer Community

The Element Care Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®), in Lowell, MA, recently hosted its first rooftop event to celebrate and thank the Khmer community and its leadership. More than 70 people attended the event, enjoying a Khmer buffet dinner, traditional music from a local band, and Khmer art exhibited by Chantha Khem, of Lowell.

New Executive Director for Greater California InnovAge Center in San Bernardino

Jaime Todd, MBA, has been named executive director of the InnovAge Greater California Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®) Day/Health Center in San Bernardino, CA.

Todd brings more than 30 years of operational management experience in health and human services to the position.

Most recently, he served as chief support executive for the State of California, where he implemented court-ordered health care turn-around plans. Previously, he was a hospital administrator with the California Department of Veteran Affairs, overseeing multiple sites. 

Element Care Behavioral Health Specialist Speaks at 2nd Annual PACE State House Day

Gloria Burdett, MS, director of Behavioral Health at Element Care, in Lynn, MA, discussed “Integrating Behavioral Health into PACE” as part of the 2nd Annual PACE State House Day on June 28. The Massachusetts PACE Association (MassPACE) organized the event.

Molly Crumley Honored for Work with Residents, Staff Who Are Blind and Deaf

Molly Crumley, RN, director of operations at the Mercy LIFE Valley View Center, in Elwyn, PA, was recognized for her work with residents and staff who are blind and deaf.

She received the Sister Mary Concilia Moran Award from the Catholic Health Association of the United States.

The annual award is one of the top honors bestowed on professionals working in Catholic health care organizations.

Dan Driscoll, President and CEO of Harbor Health Services, Will Retire This Fall

Dan Driscoll, president and CEO of Harbor Health Services, based in Mattapan, MA, will retire in October after 39 years.

"PACE was a new and not widely known model when Harbor made the commitment back in 1994 and hired three staff to plan our program," Driscoll said. "We subsequently opened in 1996. We just celebrated our 20th anniversary. It has been an immensely satisfying experience for me."

Sen. Eileen Donoghue Visits State-of-the-Art Element Care PACE Center in Lowell

State Sen. Eileen Donoghue recently visited the new Element Care Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®) in downtown Lowell, MA. The PACE center is one of the most advanced in the country.

Sen. Donoghue met with executive director Robert Wakefield, the medical team and program participants to learn about the vision of Element Care and its care model for healthy aging in the community. PACE is helping to address the needs of the aging population in Lowell and surrounding Merrimack Valley communities.

LTPAC Health IT Summit Set for June 26-28: Registration Discount for NPA Members

The Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Health IT Summit will be held June 26-28 at the Hyatt Regency in Reston, VA. Because the National PACE Association (NPA) is a collaborative partner of the summit again this year, NPA members can save $75 on registration using promo code LTPAC0616. The promo code is valid for online registration only through June 21. It cannot be used for onsite registration.

LTPAC Health IT Summit Set for June 26-28 in Reston

The Long-Term and Post-Acute Care (LTPAC) Health IT Summit will be held June 26-28 at the Hyatt Regency in Reston, VA.

Life After PACE: How Closing a Program Impacts the Health Outcomes of Former Participants

When a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®) closes, higher numbers of emergency department visits, hospitalizations and nursing home placements occur for former participants, according to new research in the Journal of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

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