Associate Professor of Health Policy and Administration; Associate Director of the Penn State Smart Spaces Center
601F Donald H. Ford Buidling
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park PA 16802
M.P.H., 1990, Public Health, Emory University
Ph. D., 1996, Social Policy, Brandeis University
B.A., 1982, Philosophy, Bethany College
National health policy, long-term care policy, and multi-cultural issues in health and aging.
Elder autonomy and consumer directed care in community long-term care systems.
Sciegaj, M., Mahoney, K & Simone, K. (2008) State experiences with implementing the cash and counseling demonstration and evaluation project. The Journal on Aging and Social Policy
Sciegaj, M., Capitman, J., & Kyriacou, C. (2004). Consumer directed community care: Race/ethnicity and individual differences in preferences for control. The Gerontologist 44 (4), 489-499.
Krauss, M., Gulley, S., Sciegaj, M., & Wells, N. (2003). Access to care from specialty medical doctors for children with mental retardation, autism, and other special health care needs. Mental Retardation.
Wallack, S., Sciegaj, M., & Long, L. (2002). Short and intermediate term trends affecting Medicaid policy for persons with disability, chronic illness, and special needs. The Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 12 (4), 236-242.
Sciegaj, M., Garnick, D., Horgan, C., Merrick, E., Golden, D., Urato, M., & Hodgkin, D. (2001). Employee assistance programs in the Fortune 500. The Employee Assistance Quarterly 16, (3), 25-35.
Horgan C., Garnick D., Hodgkin D, Merrick E., Goldin D., & Sciegaj M. (2000). Structuring behavioral health care: Carved out or integrated? Compensation and Benefits Management, 16 (4): 39-46.
Merrick E., Garnick D., Horgan C., Goldin D., Hodgkin D., & Sciegaj M. (1999). Use of performance standards in behavioral health carve-out contracts among Fortune 500 firms. American Journal of Managed Care 5:81-90.
Yee, D., Capitman, J., Leutz, W., & Sciegaj, M. (1999). Resident experiences in assisted living. Journal of Aging and Social Policy 10 (3), 7-26.
Leutz, W., Sciegaj, M., & Capitman, J. (1997). Client centered case management: A survey of state programs. Journal of Case-Management, 6, (1), 18-24.
Capitman, J., & Sciegaj, M. (1995). A contextual approach for understanding individual autonomy in managed community long-term care. The Gerontologist 35, 533-540.
Mark Sciegaj vitae
- Contexts and Social Institutions
- Health Care Systems