The National PACE Association (NPA) has launched the PACE 2.0 project with support from the John A. Hartford Foundation and the West Health Policy Center. The initiative will expand access of PACE services to many high-need populations across the country.
As part of the NPA PACE 2.0 initiative, nine PACE organizations across California, Oregon, and Washington have formed the West Coast Collaborative and committed to enroll 2000 new participants by Oct 1, 2019.
Why is On Lok participating in this PACE 2.0 initiative?
To help more frail seniors and their family caregivers benefit from our On Lok PACE services, so that they may enjoy a better quality of life and access the supportive services they need to continue living in the community and out of institutional care.
On Lok will contribute by serving at least 35 new participants per month. Through these new enrollments, we intend to sustain a consistent minimum NET enrollment of 20 participants across all three regions (10 NET enrollments for San Francisco and 10 NET enrollments for South/East Bay).
What is our On Lok PACE 2.0 goal?
Our goal to achieve for On Lok PACE 2.0 is to serve more participants and reach a total census of
1800 total participant census by Oct 1, 2019. To achieve our goals we will focus on three activities:
Help us reach our goals for seniors!
Do you know a potential participant and/or family caregiver who may need our PACE services? Refer them to the Enrollment team – or have them call: 1-888-886-6565.