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Dr. Micah Segelman

Micah Segelman

Health Policy Researcher


BA, Mathematics, University of Rochester. Graduated magna cum laude

MA, Statistics, University of Rochester
PhD, Health Services Research and Policy, University of Rochester


Micah Segelman is a health policy researcher with over ten years of experience utilizing health services research methods to inform policy and improve care for older adults. He has expertise in quantitative methods, including designing and conducting evaluations of policy interventions, developing risk-adjusted quality measures, implementing value-based purchasing programs, and performing other policy-relevant research.

Dr. Segelman’s areas of expertise include: Medicare policy, the quality of nursing home care, nursing home staffing, potentially avoidable hospitalizations of nursing home residents and other community-dwelling older adults, alternatives to nursing home care for older adults who require long-term services and supports including the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) and Medicaid home and community-based services, and hospice care. He has extensive experience with Medicare data, Medicaid data, the Nursing Home Minimum Data Set, and other nursing home-level data.


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