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Stephen Moses and “Long-term Care: The Problem” mentioned in Broker World

Stephen Moses

Stephen Moses

Visiting Fellow

Stephen Moses is president of the Center for Long-Term Care Reform. The Center promotes universal access to top-quality long-term care by encouraging private financing as an alternative to Medicaid dependency for most Americans. Previously, Mr. Moses was president of the Center for Long- Term Care Financing (1998-2005), Director of Research for LTC, Inc., (1989-98), a senior analyst for the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (1987-89), a Medicaid state representative for the Health Care Financing Administration (1978-87), a HHS Departmental Management Intern (1975-78), and a Peace Corps Volunteer in Venezuela (1968-1970). He is widely recognized as an expert and innovator in the field of long-term care.

Ronald R. Hagelman

In my humble opinion no one has been a more consistent hard headed advocate of exposing the corrosive relationship between the public response to custodial care for the aged and the lack of success in private responses to reduce and return control of individual claims destiny than Stephen Moses. His most recent manifesto “Long-Term Care: The Problem” recently released from the Paragon Health Institute once again provides conclusive irrefutable evidence that the still mushrooming consequence of current market conditions is the fault of existing misguided public response to the problem. The truth is we have always been fighting ourselves. It is the incestuous relationship between the holy trinity of Social Security, Medicaid and Medicare that has made it virtually impossible for us to adequately blunt this risk from the private sector. Private funding solutions including insurance, reverse mortgages and life settlements have had no room to breathe free when all the oxygen has already been sucked out of the room by State and Federal mandated, frequently capped and therefore underfunded, politically loose footballs.

The full article can be found in Broker World.

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