Joshua M. Wiener
Distinguished Fellow, Aging, Disability, and Long-Term Care
Joshua M. Wiener, PhD, directs RTI's Aging, Disability, and Long-Term Care Program and is the author or editor of eight books and more than 200 articles and reports on health care for older people, people with disabilities, long-term services and supports, Medicaid, health reform, health care rationing, and maternal and child health. Dr. Wiener is currently involved in studies of Medicaid spend down, medical homes, residential care facilities, the risk of institutionalization, and long-term care awareness and planning. He is also co-director of the Administration on Aging-funded Alzheimer's Disease Supportive Services Program National Resource Center. Prior to coming to RTI, Dr. Wiener did policy analysis and research for the Urban Institute, the Brookings Institution, the Health Care Financing Administration, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Congressional Budget Office, the New York State Moreland Act Commission on Nursing Homes and Residential Facilities, and the New York City Department of Health.
PhD, Sociology, Harvard University; MS, Sociology, Harvard University; BS, Sociology, University of Chicago.
Anderson, W.L., & Wiener, J.M. (Dec 2013)
Anderson, W.L., Wiener, J.M., Khatutsky, G., & Armour, B.S. (Dec 2013)
Wiener, J. (Nov 2013)
Wiener, J., Anderson, W.L., Khatutsky, G., Kaganova, Y., & O'Keeffe, J. (Nov 2013)
Wiener, J.M. (May 2013)
- July 9, 2013
Column: Long-term Care Clock Ticking for U.S. Congress
- June 3, 2013
Congressional Long-Term Care Panel Will Finally Meet, But Odds For Success Are Worsening
- May 31, 2013
Long-term care: Markets or mandates?