LTC Bullet: LTC Handout

Thursday, February 12, 2009

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LTC BULLET: LTC HANDOUT

LTC Comment: The following "LTC Handout" is designed to be duplicated and handed out as a hard copy at meetings, conferences or group talks. It enables the recipient to enter a single web address (URL) and access an electronic version of the handout in which links to all the listed resources are live. You can find the online version at www.centerltc.com/handout.htm.

We hope you will help us spread the word about the importance of responsible long-term care planning and about the Center for Long-Term Care Reform as a critical information source on that subject. Please print out our "LTC Handout" and distribute it to anyone interested in long-term care risk and cost, aging demographics, or public policy.  PDF version for print (www.centerltc.com/Handout-print.pdf).

 

Dedicated to ensuring quality long-term care for all Americans

What is the Center for Long-Term Care Reform? Who is Stephen A. Moses?

Find this handout with live hyperlinks to all listed items at http://www.centerltc.com/handout.htm

The Center for Long-Term Care Reform (www.centerltc.com) is a private think tank and public policy advocacy organization dedicated to ensuring quality long-term care for all Americans.

Stephen Moses's professional bio

Sample Publications by Stephen Moses (many more at www.centerltc.com):

"The Brave New World of Long-Term Care," Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, 2007

"Aging America's Achilles' Heel: Medicaid Long-Term Care," Cato Institute, 2005

"Welfare for the Well-To-Do," Wall Street Journal, 2005 op-ed by Stephen Moses,

Sample Studies by the Center for Long-Term Care Reform (many more at www.centerltc.com):

"Long-Term Care Financing in North Carolina: Good Intentions, Ambitious Efforts, Unintended Consequences," John Locke Foundation, January 2008

"Don't Mess with Texans' Long-Term Care--Fix It!," Texas Public Policy Foundation, March 2007

"The Realist's Guide to Medicaid and Long-Term Care," September 2004

Sample Speeches, Debates and Courses (much more at www.centerltc.com):

Congressional testimony by Stephen Moses: April 2005 and July 2006

"What I Believe About Long-Term Care," speech by Stephen Moses

"Long-Term Care: Who Should Pay?," Stephen Moses debates Josh Wiener of the Research Triangle Institute

"Medicaid and the Long-Term Care Crisis -- Who Should Pay?," Stephen Moses debates Medicaid planner Vincent Russo

The LTC Graduate Seminar, How to Register and Testimonials

Over 800 articles on long-term care financing issues archived chronologically and by subject


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