Moses is a nationally recognized expert
on long-term care, Medicaid, Medicare, and health policy.
McKnight’s Long-Term Care NEWS said Mr. Moses is “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.”
Long-Term Living named him one of five "people making a difference
in LTC." Senior Market Advisor magazine put Steve in its
top-ten LTC insurance "Power List" with his picture on its cover.
to have Steve Moses speak at your organization's next sales meeting,
seminar, conference, special event, forum or board meeting. Each of
Steve’s presentations is custom-tailored to your group's needs. To
assist your planning, several of his most in-demand topics are:
Long-Term Care Financing: Past, Present and Future
How did the USA come to have a dysfunctional,
welfare-financed, nursing-home-based LTC system in the wealthiest
country in the world where no one wants to go to a nursing home?
What's about to change (and why) that will undermine the social safety
net but supercharge private financing products like insurance and
reverse mortgages? How should you position your company, your
employees, your family and yourselves to prepare for the coming
long-term care crisis.
The Fallacy of
If Medicaid is a means-tested public
assistance program, i.e., welfare, why does it pay for most
nursing-home and home-based long-term care? Are so many people too
poor to pay for their own care? How do affluent people qualify for
Medicaid LTC benefits? What legal tricks do Medicaid planners use to
get their wealthy clients onto Medicaid and into the best LTC
facilities? Why do some state Medicaid programs collect millions of
dollars from deceased recipients' estates while others do nothing?
How should you plan for long-term care?
What I Told Congress
Steve Moses testified before
Congress on September 21, 2011 and "told it like it is."
Well-intentioned, but misguided government funding of long-term care
is bankrupting Medicaid for the poor and crippling private-market LTC
financing alternatives. Medicaid pays too little to ensure quality
care. LTC providers can no longer rely on Medicare to make up the
difference. In the future, only private payers will command
red-carpet access to top-quality care, but most aging Americans are
unprepared to pay privately for LTC. What's going to happen? How
soon? And what must be done now?
The LTC Graduate Seminar
This highly regarded course is aimed
at financial planners, CPAs, attorneys, LTC providers, and long-term
care insurance producers. It answers the question "What do you need
to know to protect your clients from the risk and cost of catastrophic
long-term illness?" Read dozens of testimonials
here. The LTC Graduate Seminar is available as a two-hour or full
day program. Steve Moses has presented this program dozens of times
all across the United States in person and by webinar. More
Stephen Moses is available
to speak nationwide and internationally. To read more about his
publications and speeches,
Center for Long-Term Care Reform
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