PACE Public Listening
North Carolina's Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is currently studying PACE in North Carolina. The Department is looking at:
- clinical and quality outcomes
- enrollment figures and the enrollment process
- long term care needs across the state over the next 10 years
- regulations placed on PACE and eliminating duplication
- possibility of expanding PACE model to other populations
- PACE in other states
- any recommendations and proposed legislative changes to further the goal of providing highest quality programs at a low cost to keep aging individuals in their home.
In conducting this study, DHHS is engaging stakeholders: PACE programs, participants and caregivers and the general public.
DHHS is holding a series of public listening sessions. The sessions will be held:
Thursday, October 26
PACE of the Southern Piedmont
6133 The Plaza
Charlotte, NC 27215
Thursday, November 2
LIFE St. Joseph of the Pines
4900 Raeford Rd.
Fayetteville, NC 28304
Monday, November 6
Piedmont Health SeniorCare
163 Chatham Business Dr.
Pittsboro, NC 27312
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