Center President Stephen Moses and Executive Director David Rosenfeld founded the Center for Long-Term Care Financing in April, 1998 to educate others about the problems which plague America’s long-term care financing system and to advocate public policy that targets our scarce public resources to the neediest, while encouraging everyone else to plan ahead for the risk of expensive long-term care. The Center’s efforts continue to expand upon Moses’ and Rosenfeld’s prior work at LTC, Incorporated and Moses’ seminal research as a senior analyst for the Health Care Financing Administration and for the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Through frequent speeches to national audiences, hard-hitting reports, and its popular “LTC Bullets” on-line newsletter, the Center for LTC Financing quickly became the preeminent advocate for a rational and financially viable long-term care financing system. In February, 2000 the Center became a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit organization. The Center for Long-Term Care Financing was succeeded by the Center for Long-Term Care Reform, Inc in May, 2005. Although the operating structure has changed to “for profit,” or perhaps more accurately “no profit,” Moses’ mission for the Center for Long-Term Care Reform remains the same: to ensure quality long-term care for all Americans.
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