What is PACE?

PACE stands for Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. PACE is a Medicare and Medicaid program that helps people meet their health care needs in the community instead of going to a nursing home or other care facility. Participants in PACE have access to a team of health care professionals working with them and their family to make sure they receive the coordinated care they need.

PACE covers all Medicare- and Medicaid-covered care and services, and other services that the PACE team of health care professionals decides are necessary to improve and maintain participant health. This includes drugs, as well as any other medically necessary care, like doctor or health care provider visits, transportation, home care, hospital visits, and even nursing home stays when necessary.

PACE & Grane Rx


Grane Rx is the nation’s leading provider of PACE pharmacy services for PACE organizations and their participants. We home deliver participant prescriptions through our Meds2Home program created specifically to serve the needs of PACE.

Grane Rx has been leading PACE pharmacy solutions since 2006. We help PACE personnel streamline their operations, maximize their savings, and free-up staff time to focus on participant care. Through at-home medication adherence systems, our Meds2Home program is revolutionizing senior care pharmacy by enabling participants to age safely and comfortably from home.

Many of the PACE programs we serve are members of the National PACE Association.

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