Heartland PACE

Heartland PACE

Important Information

About Our PACE Program

Heartland PACE is funded by Medicare and Medicaid. If you are eligible and enroll in our PACE program, you will pay no copays, coinsurance, or other fees for all authorized health care services. There is also a private pay option. Participants may be fully liable for the costs of unauthorized or out-of-PACE program services.

As you explore PACE, a Heartland PACE Navigator will meet with you, and your family members or caregivers, in your home to discuss the PACE program. The Navigator will review eligibility requirements for PACE and schedule a time for you to visit the Heartland PACE center and experience a “Day in the LIFE” of PACE. At the center you will have an opportunity to meet members of our PACE interdisciplinary team including primary care providers, social workers, activity staff, dietitian, drivers, physical therapists, and more. Prior to enrollment, our care team will work with you to develop an interim personalized care plan focused on your goals. Our Navigator will review any enrollment paperwork and even assist with your Medicaid application if necessary. Enrollment in PACE is voluntary and takes place on the first of each month. You may disenroll at any time.

Qualifying Service Area

Heartland PACE is now serving all ZIP codes in Gibson, Posey, Vanderburgh, and Warrick counties.

Paying for PACE

Cost is never a barrier to joining PACE. Heartland PACE receives capitation from Medicare and Medicaid to pay for all necessary care and services provided to participants. If you qualify for Medicaid or are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid, you will have little or no out-of-pocket costs. A private pay option is also available. Once enrolled in PACE, there is never a deductible or copayment for any prescription medications, medical care, or services approved by the PACE care team.