The Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is a comprehensive health care delivery system integrated with Medicare and Medicaid financing. PACE organizations provide comprehensive services, including medical care, personal care, supportive services, transportation, adult day health care, inpatient hospital and nursing facility care coordination, caregiver education, assistive devices, social services, and prescription drugs. These services are provided in multiple locations including the PACE facility, participants’ homes, and inpatient facilities. The PACE facility is a clinic and an adult day center setting, where participants gather for socialization, meals, and clinical care. Eligible individuals are age 55 years or older and meet the clinical criteria for nursing home admission but choose to remain in their own homes and communities.