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Evaluating PACE: A Review of the Literature


  • Arkadipta Ghosh
  • Cara Orfield
  • Robert Schmitz


This study examined the effects of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) on Medicare and Medicaid expenditures, use of nursing home services, and mortality.

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  • Arkadipta Ghosh & Cara Orfield & Robert Schmitz, "undated". "Evaluating PACE: A Review of the Literature," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 286857291884466ebe23ba252, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:286857291884466ebe23ba2526b86282

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    1. Marsha R. Gold & Gretchen A. Jacobson & Rachel L. Garfield, "undated". "There is Little Experience and Limited Data to Support Policy Making on Integrated Care for Dual Eligibles," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 630b356cf8154361b236b60a7, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    1. Arkadipta Ghosh & Robert Schmitz & Randall Brown, "undated". "Effect of PACE on Costs, Nursing Home Admissions, and Mortality: 2006-2011," Mathematica Policy Research Reports a15671e45a6c4ec49d72ce26e, Mathematica Policy Research.

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    PACE; Medicare costs; Medicaid costs; hospitalizations; nursing home admissions; quality of care; mortality;
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