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17Oct/20

Wolf Administration to Provide Loans to Help Older Pennsylvanians and Those with Disabilities to Live Where They Choose

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter February 04, 2016 Government That Works,  Healthcare,  Human Services,  Seniors Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that the Departments of Human Services (DHS), Aging (PDA), and Community and Economic Development (DCED) are partnering to launch the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Loan Program in July 2016.DHS and PDA help seniors and individuals living with disabilities to transition from living in long-term care facilities to residing in the community, ensuring that people have choices about where they live and receive long-term services and supports.“This program will help people to live full, independent lives on their own terms,” said Governor Wolf. “The loans can help build the infrastructure so individuals can live where they want and how they want, giving them many more choices than they would have if living in a facility. I’m thrilled to announce this next step towards accomplishing my administration’s goal to help more Pennsylvanians receive home-based care.”“We believe that supporting the development of a new supports and services structure will mean that more people are served in the right setting,” said DHS Secretary Ted Dallas. “This new system also gives folks the proper amount of support to help them live independently in their homes and communities.”Loans will be provided for projects that help the commonwealth to meet its goal of expanding opportunities for long-term services and supports in the community. It’s expected that loans – for startups, reconfiguration, or expansion — will range from $50,000 to $200,000.DHS’ Office of Long-Term Living (OLTL) will receive loan applications at any time of the year and will process them on a first-come, first-served basis. DCED’s Pennsylvania Economic Development Finance Authority will work with OLTL to process the loans. More information will be supplied in coming months in the Pennsylvania Bulletin.The Pennsylvania Economic Development Financing Authority provides cost-effective financing to businesses by issuing bonds, selling the bonds to private investors, and lending the proceeds to eligible businesses.“The collaborative efforts necessary in order to launch this program is a demonstration of our commitment to Governor Wolf’s government that works initiative for a common goal of creating a better Pennsylvania,” said DCED Secretary Dennis Davin. “DCED is proud to be a part of such an important program.”The loans are intended to support long-term care providers as they position themselves to successfully transition to managed care in Community HealthChoices, Governor Tom Wolf’s plan to improve the quality of care for seniors and individuals living with disabilities through managed long-term services and supports.“The opportunity to best leverage the resources of DHS, DCED, and PDA to launch this program illustrates the Wolf Administration’s commitment to create and sustain a system that allows Pennsylvanians to receive services in the community, preserves consumer choice and actively assists in tapping into the creativity of our provider infrastructure,” said PDA Secretary Teresa Osborne.Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolfcenter_img Wolf Administration to Provide Loans to Help Older Pennsylvanians and Those with Disabilities to Live Where They Chooselast_img read more

30Aug/20

Paysafe Group signals US betting intent with ‘Single Point API’ launch

first_img SBC’s Year In Review: September’s big betting news December 27, 2019 Skrill launches ‘Knect’ next-level rewards programme November 22, 2019 Share Share StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles Paysafe hires former Barclays UK platform lead Sujit Unni as new CTO February 14, 2020 Global payments and e-merchant services provider Paysafe Group has stated its corporate intent to lead transactional services within the liberalised US sports betting market in 2019 and beyond.Yesterday at the ICE London 2019 conference, Paysafe leadership announced the launch of its industry-specific ‘single point API’, which will deliver a unified payment platform/solution for all igaming/betting incumbents.Launching its new vertical, Paysafe states that it will deliver the most comprehensive and secure global payments solution for all industry incumbents, utilising the scale of its flagship Paysafe processing systems capacity, further supported by its digital wallets Skrill and NETELLER and online prepaid solution Paysafecard.Targeting future growth, within the saturated igaming/gambling space for payment processing incumbents, Paysafe leadership is clear that its ‘new horizons’ lie stateside post-PASPA.Having commissioned sports betting consumer research in 2018, Paysafe details that 23% of US betting consumers consider ‘the availability of payment methods as a key differentiator’, with a further ‘42% of bettors surveyed’ stating that they would use a different payment method for wagering transactional services.Karim Ahmad – Paysafe GroupAt a technical level, Karim Ahmad – Paysafe Chief Product Officer details the advantages that a single-point API would deliver to multiple stakeholders.Ahmad underlines streamlined checkout experiences, deeper reporting on financial transactions across user verticals, higher product customisation and atomisation of transactional processes.“Players want payment options which are seamless and secure, and which they don’t notice. Whether it’s traditional payments, digital alternatives or future innovations, it needs to be effortless. Paysafe has over 20 years’ experience in the payments industry and has spent a number of years partnering with leading businesses in the iGaming space, helping them to operate and scale at speed. Our solutions are established and widely recognised in this sector and cover the broadest range of payment methods, which is why Paysafe is now the unquestioned partner of choice for the iGaming industry”last_img read more