Professor of Health Policy and Administration, Associate Director of the Penn State Smart Spaces Center, and Professor-in-Charge of the Undergraduate Program
601F Donald H. Ford Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park PA 16802
Ph. D., 1996, Social Policy, Brandeis University
M.P.H., 1990, Public Health, Emory University
B.A., 1982, Philosophy, Bethany College
National health policy; long-term care policy; and multi-cultural issues in health and aging.
Person-centered and participant-directed long-term services and supports; managed long-term services and supports; policy implementation; program evaluation; and long-term services and support workforce development.
Sciegaj, M., Mahoney, K., Schwartz, A., Simon-Rusinowitz, L., Selkow, I., Loughlin, D. (In Press). An inventory of publically funded participant-directed long-term services and supports programs in the United States. Journal of Disability Policy Studies.
Crisp, S., Sciegaj, M., DeLuca, C., & Mahoney, K. (2014). Selected participant direction provisions from medicaid managed LTSS programs and financial alignment demonstrations. Integrated Care Resource Center, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Hooyman, N., Sciegaj, M., & Dize, V. (2014). Aging Network Workforce Competencies Research Brief. National Resource Center for Participant-Directed Care.
Mahoney, K., Sciegaj, M., & Mahoney, E. (2014). The future of participant direction in aging services. Generations, 38(2) 85-93.
Hooyman, N. R., Mahoney, K., & Sciegaj, M. (2013). Preparing social workers with person-centered and participant-directed services for the changing aging and Disability network. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 56(7), 573-579.
Sciegaj, M., Crisp, S., DeLuca, C., & Mahoney, K. (2013). Participant-directed services in managed long-term services and supports programs: A five state comparison. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Office of Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care Policy.
Doty, P., Mahoney, K., Simon-Rusinowitz, L., Sciegaj, M., Selkow, I., Loughlin, D. (2012). Cash and counseling’s role in the growth of participant-directed services. Generations.
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.
Mark Sciegaj vitae
- Contexts and Social Institutions
- Health Care Systems