Melvin J. Ingber
Melvin Ingber, PhD, specializes in health economics and health care payment. He was an economist at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for more than 15 years, and director of CMS' division of payment research for more than 5 years. As division director, Dr. Ingber supervised intra- and extramural research and demonstration evaluations, particularly those related to provider payment systems. He was also the lead government analyst for risk adjustment of capitated payment systems. At RTI, Dr. Ingber has been leading or participating in projects developing and maintaining risk adjustment methods for the Medicare Advantage and Part D drug programs, evaluating the effect of implementing Part D on non-drug Medicare expenditures, modeling payment systems for post-acute care stays and episodes, developing readmission measures for post-acute care settings, and developing the Home Health CAHPS adjustments for survey mode of administration and patient characteristics.
PhD, Economics, State University of New York at Stony Brook; MS, Physics, Cornell University; BS, Physics, Queens College, City University of New York.
Kautter, J., Ingber, M., Pope, G.C., & Freeman, S. (Dec 2012)
Kautter, J., Ingber, M., & Pope, G.C. (Dec 2008)
Landefeld, C.S., Bowers, B.J., Feld, A.D., Hartmann, K.E., Hoffman, E., Ingber, M.J., et al. (Mar 2008)
Robst, J., Levy, J.M., & Ingber, M.J. (Jun 2007)
Levy, J.M., Robst, J., & Ingber, M.J. (Jun 2006)