Stephen Moses

Congressional Long-Term Care Panel Will Finally Meet, But Odds for Success are Lengthening

The Congressional long-term care commission will finally hold its first meeting in late June. However, the panel must conclude its meetings in the fall and commission members are increasingly pessimistic that they will reach agreement on any substantial reforms to the nation’s troubled system of supports and services for the frail elderly or younger people with disabilities. Last Friday, I [...]

Moses, Me, and the CLASS Act

The other day, long-term care insurance gadfly Stephen Moses called me "an advocate of more government financing and an enemy of private LTC financing alternatives." I assume he said this because I believe that reforms such as the CLASS Act, which would create a national long-term care insurance system, would be a far better way to pay for this assistance [...]

By |2009-09-27T11:28:49-04:00September 27th, 2009|long term care reform, long-term care financing|0 Comments