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 and discouraging welfare financing of
long-term care for most Americans. As
President, Mr. Moses publishes and speaks throughout the United States on
public versus private financing of long-term care and related issues.
Previously, he 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.
Read Steve's full
President for Administration:
Moses graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English
literature December 2000. After receiving his degree, he spent a year and
a half living and working in Europe, where he held a position with an online estate agency in London, and worked
in microchip inspection while in
Dublin. After the expiration of his second work visa, he toured
Sweden, the Baltics and Eastern Europe for five weeks
before returning home, where he joined the Center for Long-Term
Care Reform's staff at the headquarters in Seattle, WA.