Center for Long-Term Care Reform

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The Center for Long-Term Care Reform is a for-profit company founded in May 2005 by Stephen Moses.


His current organization was preceded by the similar sounding Center for Long-Term Care Financing, a 501(c)(3) non-profit he co-founded in 1998 with David Rosenfeld 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." [1]


Contact Details

2212 Queen Anne Avenue North, #110
Seattle, WA 98109
Phone: 206-283-7036
Fax: 206-283-6536
Email: info AT


  1. "A Brief History of the Center", accessed August 2007.