Stephen Moses is President of the Center for Long-Term Care Financing in Seattle, Washington. The Center promotes universal access to top-quality long-term care by encouraging private financing and discouraging welfare financing of long-term care 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.
Mr. Moses is widely recognized as an expert and an innovator in the field of long-term care, specializes in problems associated with "Medicaid estate planning," the practice of artificially impoverishing affluent people to qualify them for public assistance. Nursing Homes magazine reported "there is probably no more articulate spokesperson for privately financed long-term care than Stephen Moses." He is the author of LTC Choice: A Simple, Cost-Free Solution to the Long-Term Care Financing Puzzle, and a contributing author to Healthy Aging, edited by Ken Dychtwald, as well as Advising the Elderly Client" edited by Clark B. Callaghan. He is writing another chapter for a book on the Long-Term Care Partnerships. His articles have been published in The Gerontologist, The Journal of Accountancy, Contemporary Long-Term Care, Best’s Review, National Underwriter and LTC News & Comment.
Steve Moses’ recommendations are quoted regularly 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 appears in a public television documentary entitled "The Aging of America: The Dilemma of Long-Term Care." His talk radio appearances on health care reform are unique, provocative, and increasingly in demand.