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InnovAge President and CEO shares an update on the company's response to COVID-19 and our ongoing commitment to caring for the seniors enrolled in the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).
Nursing homes and senior centers across the Roanoke and New River valleys have closed to outside visitors, while in-home services are continuing to help homebound senior citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One of the largest PACE programs in the U.S. — if not that largest — is InnovAge, which is backed by PE powerhouse Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe. Moving forward, the model is primed to be a key resource in the battle against COVID-19, InnovAge President and CEO Maureen Hewitt told Home Health Care News.
A national show on the Lifetime Network highlights helps raise awareness of the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE, as a model of care to help older adults stay independent.
Three new faces in InnovAge ads portray real participants in InnovAge PACE | LIFE.
InnovAge's new marketing campaign features a loyal veteran, a tai chi aficionado, and an aerobics powerhouse.
Dr. Ann Wells, chief medical officer for population health, speaks with America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) about the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), and how the program addresses social determinants of health (SDOH).
State leaders joined InnovAge to celebrate the grand opening of the new Richmond PACE center in Virginia.
Robin Doerr, chief sales and marketing officer, talks with Modern Healthcare about InnovAge’s award winning campaign, 'We Help You Be You.'
InnovAge was featured on WPVI 6ABC news in Philadelphia for the grand opening of the Pennsylvania LIFE - Henry Avenue Center.
InnovAge continues its partnership with the Alliance for Health Policy in an effort to educate policy makers and others about the Program for All-inclusive Care for the Elderly.
InnovAge and NewCourtland Senior Services celebrated the grand opening of InnovAge’s Pennsylvania LIFE - Henry Avenue Center and NewCourtland’s Apartments.
InnovAge has been recognized for delivering quality, patient-centered care by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).
InnovAge staff connected with federal, state, and local policymakers at this year's Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) annual conference.
For millions of seniors, maintaining [their] independence is far from guaranteed. All the more reason why InnovAge—a senior health care provider based in Denver and committed to helping seniors stay independent and in their communities—is seen as a leader in the field.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has recognized InnovAge for the second time since 2015 for its commitment for caring for seniors.
A newly married InnovAge participant shares her story on what it's like to be a part of the Thornton PACE center in Colorado.
President and CEO Maureen Hewitt shares feedback from the second annual anonymous survey, in which employees ranked InnovAge higher than last year as a Great Place to Work.
Celebrate summer with food and music, while learning about LIFE at a community Senior Day on July 27 hosted by InnovAge's Allegheny LIFE center.
Under an all-female leadership team, InnovAge has nearly doubled enrollment, facilities, and staff, with more plans for growth.
Learn about our strategy to improve care for seniors through PACE, and explore data on vaccination rates, participant and caregiver satisfaction, and more.
Construction has begun on the first phase of the redevelopment of the former Liddonfield Homes site which will include a new InnovAge LIFE center.
InnovAge joined healthcare leaders from across the U.S. for conversations about the importance of PACE for American seniors.
InnovAge has finalized its acquisition of the third Virginia PACE center formerly part of Riverside Health System.
InnovAge and Adventist Health are also exploring an expanded partnership to bring PACE to several other California communities.
InnovAge has finalized its acquisition of two Virginia PACE centers formerly part of Riverside Health System.
InnovAge CEO addresses common misconceptions about the Porgram of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).
InnovAge recently introduced a fresh design for our marketing materials. Explore the new designs.
President and CEO Maureen Hewitt shares what we learned from the anonymous employee survey, and what we plan to do next.
President and CEO Maureen Hewitt welcomes our new Living Independently for Elders (LIFE) centers in Philadelphia to the InnovAge family.
InnovAge has finalized its acquisition of the LIFE program in Pennsylvania from NewCourtland Senior Services.
InnovAge's president and CEO weighs in on the PACE program and opportunities in elder care.
Our headquarters office in Denver was designed with employees in mind.
Maureen Hewitt guides InnovAge in helping seniors.
Maureen Hewitt, president and CEO of InnovAge, named Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 by EY.
EY, the global financial firm that operates as Ernst & Young LLP in the United States, has selected the winners of its Entrepreneur Of The Year awards.
We are proud of our work to expand PACE – and others are noticing, too.
Find out directly what InnovAge PACE is doing to actively improve care for our participants.
InnovAge President and CEO Maureen Hewitt explains why the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly is more important now than ever.
These are principles we aim to practice every day at InnovAge. Doing so makes sure that the seniors we serve, their families, and our colleagues feel respected and heard.
Check out some behind-the-scenes photos taken while filming at InnovAge’s PACE center in San Bernardino, California.
The characters in these ads portray the true stories of three PACE participants at InnovAge.
On Saturday morning, nearly 2,000 volunteers packed and delivered just as many “Baskets of Joy” to seniors in need.
InnovAge signs Letter of Intent (LOI) with Riverside Health System to purchase two Riverside PACE centers in Virginia.
InnovAge is purchasing a Riverside center in Newport News and one in Richmond.
InnovAge has a new website! Learn more about the thought process behind our redesign and check out new features.
InnovAge signs Letter of Intent (LOI) with NewCourtland Senior Services to purchase the NewCourtland LIFE Program in Pennsylvania.
InnovAge announces intent to acquire a new PACE center.
NewCourtland Senior Services has reached a preliminary agreement to sell its unit that serves low-income people who are 55 and older.
InnovAge PACE acquires NewCourtland LIFE program in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
ousing Colorado is pleased to announce the recipients of its Eagle Awards and People’s Choice Award.
Sometimes, growing older feels like one loss after another.
Most of us understand what it feels like to be sick or to deal with pain.
As of April 4, 2017, InnovAge has acquired Kissito PACE of Roanoke in Roanoke, Virginia.
A Roanoke area health care service for people 55 and older wants to increase enrollment in 2017.
Guest article by Dr. Lisa Price – What happens when you are a caregiver traveling with a loved one?
Authored by Dr. Lisa Price – Listing the challenges faced by caregivers is easy. This leads to stress and a drain on energy.
InnovAge, a leading provider of high-quality senior care programs and services,finalizes agreement with renowned private equity firm.
The numbers of seniors in the U.S. continue to rise, while the number of physicians entering training programs for geriatric fellowships is decreasing.
Affordable, safe housing—whether an apartment or a house—is difficult to find in many cities.
InnovAge announces the grand opening of its first Program of All- inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) center in Loveland, Colorado.
The InnovAge Greater Colorado PACE-Pueblo Center recently celebrated five years of providing health and wellness services to older adults living in Pueblo.
InnovAge Colorado PACE centers receive recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance as a Level III Patient-Centered Medical Home.
InnovAge announces its recent acquisition of Aspen Home Health Care, Inc.
InnovAge announces the opening of its first Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) center in California.
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) joined InnovAge today to celebrate the grand opening of the nonprofit’s newest adult day/health center in Denver.
InnovAge is proud to announce its recent completion of the Alzheimer’s Association Leaders in Dementia Care Certification Program.
InnovAge recently expanded its InnovAge Home Care program and is now providing services in Colorado Springs.
Total Community Options is proud to announce its new name – InnovAge.
InnovAge Home Care, an InnovAge afﬁliate, is proud to announce its recent acquisition of Caring Hands, Inc.
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