ConcertoCare’s three parts

ConcertoCare offers three in-home health care programs for patients:

  1. ConcertoCare Partners
  2. In-Home Primary Care Provider
  3. PACE Services

Each of these three programs is orchestrated with the same core, in-home care model and is composed collaboratively with patients to improve clinical outcomes and quality of life.

Program Support

The programs are supported by a combination of in-home clinical, behavioral and social supports and services, and enhanced by our proprietary care pathways, advanced analytics, and virtual care technology.

Part 1

Part 1

ConcertoCare Partners

Designed for patients with Medicare+Medicaid, Medicare Advantage or Medicare only who have complex care needs and primary care providers (PCP), the ConcertoCare Partners program allows patients to keep their existing doctors and benefit plans.

ConcertoCare gets to know you personally and assembles the appropriate orchestra of pharmacists, behavioralists, social workers, health coaches, and home health aides to accompany your health care journey.

Through virtual and in-person conversations and collaboration with you and your PCP, we deliver additional in-home services to help maintain your physical and emotional health, address any isolation you may be experiencing, and enhance your overall independence.

These elements of our ConcertoCare model have only grown in importance during COVID-19 when avoiding unnecessary hospitalizations and nursing home placement – always core to our model – is important. We go the extra mile to ensure that our care is closely coordinated with your PCP, even when it may be hard for you to see them in person due to COVID-19 precautions.

Part 2

Part 2

In-Home Primary Care Provider

Designed for patients with Medicare+Medicaid, Medicare Advantage or Medicare who do not have a primary care provider (PCP), ConcertoCare offers primary care house calls and orchestrates a range of services to help you maintain your physical and emotional health and independence at home. Our robust medical care model reflects our team’s classical training in geriatric reasoning and the challenges and joys of aging.

Our primary care clinicians and nurse and social work care managers learn what matters most to you. We bring together an orchestra of pharmacists, behavioralists, social workers, health coaches, and home health aides customized to your care needs.

Additional in-home services are provided, using both in-person and virtual interactions, allowing you to maintain your physical and emotional health, address isolation, and support your independence. Always essential to our model, these components have grown in importance during the pandemic.

Part 3

Part 3

ConcertoPACE

Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) is for participants who have Medicare+Medicaid, Medicare Advantage or Medicare only, and wish to remain independent and in their homes but whose medical conditions meet the criteria for nursing home-level care.

All PACE programs are required to provide the following services:

  • Adult day care
  • Dentistry
  • Emergency services
  • Home care
  • Hospital care
  • Laboratory/X-ray services
  • Meals
  • Medical specialty services
  • Nursing home care
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Prescription drugs
  • Primary care (including doctor and nursing services)
  • Recreational therapy
  • Social services
  • Social work counseling
  • Transportation

ConcertoCare's interdisciplinary care team orchestrates the right combination of home-based services, complemented by a range of services and social activities delivered in our PACE Centers, to enable patients to stay in their homes.

Enrollment in PACE is voluntary. If an individual meets the eligibility requirements and elects PACE, then an enrollment agreement is signed. Enrollment continues as long as desired by the individual, regardless of change in health status, until voluntary or involuntary disenrollment.

ConcertoCare and its affiliates will offer PACE services in selected geographies across the country. Stay tuned for more information.

For more information on PACE, visit medicare.gov