What Is the PACE Prescription Program?


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PACE is a program that offers affordable prescriptions for Pennsylvania residents 65 and older, states the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. To receive PACE benefits, applicants must also be a resident of the state for 90 days and not also receive the Department of Public Welfare's Medicaid prescription program benefits.

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As of June 2015, the income requirements to qualify for PACE are $14,500 or less for single residents and $17,700 for residents who are married, states the Pennsylvania Department of Aging. PACENET is an option for those who make more than the PACE program income limits, with a limit of $14,500 to $23,500 for single people and $17,700 to $31,500 for married couples.

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