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    Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)

    General Notice - March 2022

    The Maryland Department of Health (the Department) is pleased to announce, as a result of the September 2021 PACE Expansion Solicitation, the selection of the following organizations to move forward with the PACE application process in their respective regions:

    • Montgomery County: Trinity Health PACE
    • Prince George’s County: Senior CommUnity Care of Maryland
    • Baltimore City: West Baltimore PACE Community Coalition, LLC
    • Rural (Allegany County): Community LIFE

    The Department looks forward to working with these organizations toward the mutual goal of expanding the PACE program in Maryland and again thanks all who submitted Letters of Intent for their interest and commitment to maximizing independence, dignity and respect for older adults in Maryland. 

    Any questions may be submitted to mdh.dltcs@maryland.gov. 

    Solicitation Materials for Reference

    General Information

    ​​The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) provides comprehensive medical and social services to eligible individuals who live in the community. Most PACE participants are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid and receive benefits on a capitated basis. To participate in PACE, individuals must meet the following criteria: be at least 55 years old; be certified to need a nursing facility level of care; agree to receive all health and long-term care services from the PACE provider; and have income of no more than 300 percent of the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit level for a household of one person and assets no more than $2,000.

    Maryland currently operates one PACE site, called Hopkins ElderPlus, which is approved to serve up to 200 individuals. As a cornerstone approach for integrating care for dual eligibles in the state, the state Medicaid program is favorable to expanding the program to new PACE providers and in the beginning of 2018, updated Maryland regulations to remove limits on the number of PACE programs able to operate. 

    This page will provide updates on the status of PACE expansion activities in Maryland.