Mark Sciegaj

 Mark Sciegaj

Professor of Health Policy and Administration, Associate Director of the Penn State Smart Spaces Center, and Professor-in-Charge of the Undergraduate Program

Contact Information

601F Donald H. Ford Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park PA 16802

814-863-2861

(fax) 814-863-2905

mxs838@psu.edu

www.hhdev.psu.edu/hpa/

Education

Ph. D., 1996, Social Policy, Brandeis University
M.P.H., 1990, Public Health, Emory University
B.A., 1982, Philosophy, Bethany College

Teaching Interests

National health policy; long-term care policy; and multi-cultural issues in health and aging.

Research Interests

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.

Selected Publications

Sciegaj, M., Mahoney, K., Schwartz, A., Simon-Rusinowitz, L., Selkow, I., & Loughlin, D. (2016). 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.

Simon-Rusinowitz, L., Schwartz, A., Loughlin, D., Sciegaj, M., Mahoney, K., & Donkoh, Y. (2014). Where are they now: Cash and counseling successes and challenges over time. Journal of Case Management.

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, 36(1), 28-36.

Behr, R., Sciegaj, M., Walters, R., Bertoty, J., & Dungan, R. (2011). Addressing the housing challenges of an aging population. Journal of Archit. Eng, 17(4).

Sciegaj, M., & Behr, R. A. (2010). Lessons for the United States from countries adapting to the consequences of aging populations. Technology and Disability, 22(1), 83-88.

Curriculum Vitae

Mark Sciegaj vitae

Strategic Themes

  • Contexts and Social Institutions
  • Health Care Systems