Beyond the Water's Edge: Charting the Course of Managed Care for People with Disabilities - Conference Resource Book. Reactor Biographies

11/01/1996

Howard H. Goldman, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D.
Howard Goldman is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine at Baltimore, where he is Director of Mental Health Policy Studies. From 1983-1985 he served as Assistant Institute Director at the NIMH, where he was responsible for mental health care financing policy and related research. He continues to consult to the Federal Government on health care finance, including his service in 1993 on the President's Task Force on Health Care Reform.

As Assistant Director of NIMH, he worked with the Social Security Administration (SSA) on the revision of the mental impairment standards for the disability program. Subsequently, he consulted to the American Psychiatric Association on a SSA contract to assess the reliability and validity of those standards. Dr. Goldman has written several articles in the professional literature on the SSA disability program and recently conducted a published review of measures of functional assessment. He also consulted to Westat on the design of the Disability Examination Study for SSA, and he is a member of the National Academy of Social Insurance Policy Panel on Disability.

Dr. Goldman is a frequent contributor to the professional literature in mental health services research and economics. His resume lists ten books, 20 monographs and reports, and over 150 articles and chapters. Dr. Goldman's editorial board appointments have included Health Affairs, Journal of Mental Health Administration, Psychiatric Services (formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), and the American Journal of Psychiatry. In addition, he has just completed the fourth edition of his textbook for medical students, Review of General Psychiatry.

Michael F. Hogan, Ph.D.
Michael Hogan has served as Director of the Ohio Department of Mental Health since March 1991. He was Commissioner of Mental Health in Connecticut from 1987-1991 and was credited with leading that State to a fourth place ranking among the State mental health systems in 1990--tied with Ohio. Previously, he served as a Regional Director and State Hospital Superintendent in Massachusetts, and was responsible for administering mental health and mental retardation programs in Western Massachusetts.

Dr. Hogan holds a bachelor's degree from Cornell University and a Ph.D. from Syracuse University. He is President of the Board of the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) Research Institute and serves on the National Advisory Council, which approves NIHM research grants. He has authored a text and numerous book chapters and papers on mental health care, with his most recent publications focussed on The Organization and Financing of Mental Health Care and Managing the Whole System Under Managed Care. He is married and has three sons.

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