Steve Moses's Professional Bios

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Steve Moses's Professional Bios

50 words: Stephen Moses is President of the Center for Long-Term Care Reform in Seattle, Washington (www.centerltc.com). He is widely recognized as an expert and innovator in the field of LTC. McKnight's Long-Term Care News named him "one of the 100 most influential people in long-term care." Contact Steve at smoses@centerltc.com or 206-283-7036.

75 words: Stephen Moses is President of the Center for Long-Term Care Reform in Seattle, Washington (www.centerltc.com). The Center promotes universal access to top-quality long-term care by encouraging private financing and discouraging welfare dependency for most Americans. Mr. Moses is widely recognized as an expert and an innovator in the field of long-term care. McKnight's Long-Term Care News named him "one of the 100 most influential people in long-term care." Contact him at smoses@centerltc.com or 206-283-7036.

250 words: Stephen Moses is President of the Center for Long-Term Care Reform in Seattle, Washington (www.centerltc.com). The Center promotes universal access to top-quality long-term care by encouraging private financing and discouraging welfare dependency for most Americans. Previously, Mr. Moses was Director of Research for LTC, Inc., a Medicaid state representative for the Health Care Financing Administration and a senior analyst for the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. He is widely recognized as an expert and an innovator in the field of long-term care. McKnight's Long-Term Care News named Mr. Moses "one of the 100 most influential people in long-term care." Nursing Homes magazine reported "there is probably no more articulate spokesperson for privately financed long-term care than Stephen Moses." His articles have appeared in distinguished publications like The Gerontologist, The Journal of Accountancy, The Journal of Financial Planning, Contemporary Long-Term Care, and National Underwriter. He has published chapters in several long-term care anthologies. Steve Moses’ recommendations are quoted frequently in the national media including the "CBS Evening News," PBS’s "Frontline" and "The Financial Advisors," CNN, National Public Radio, The New York Times, Newsweek, USA Today, Forbes, The New Republic, Smart Money, National Journal, and Jane Bryant Quinn’s syndicated column. He has testified before Congress and two-thirds of America’s state legislatures. He frequently addresses professional conferences in the fields of law, aging and insurance. He is currently working on a book for the Cato Institute provisionally titled "Long-Term Care: The Preventable Tragedy." Contact him at smoses@centerltc.com or 206-283-7036.


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