Daniel Jung

Health Policy & Management
Assistant Professor

Curriculum Vitae

Health Policy & Management

  • PhD, Population Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2018
  • BA, Healthcare Management, Korea University, 2012
Areas of Expertise

Quality of Care; Long-Term Care/Post-Acute Care; Medicare/Medicaid Policy; Unnecessary Health Care Utilization; Geographic Health Disparities

  • AcademyHealth
  • American Public Health Association
Course Instruction

HPAM 3410E Health System Sciences

Research Interests

Dr. Jung’s research interest focuses on improving care quality and health outcomes particularly in the context of long-term care and post-acute care and reducing geographic disparities. His recent research focuses on improving health outcomes among Medicaid Home- and Community-Based Service users. He is also interested in developing health outcome prediction models by using machine learning methods.

Selected Publications

Konetzka RT, Jung DH, Gorges R, Sanghavi P. Outcomes of Medicaid home- and community-based long-term services relative to nursing home care among dual eligibles. Health Serv Res. 2020;55:973–982.

Jung DH, DuGoff EH, Smith M, Palta M, Gilmore A, Mullahy J. Likelihood of hospital readmission in Medicare Advantage and Fee-For-Service within same hospital. Health Serv Res. 2020;55:587–595.

Fletcher J, Jung DH. Assessing cumulative neighborhood effects on adult health. PLoS ONE. 2019 April 24; 14(4): e0213204.
Jung DH, Kind AMJ, Robert S, Buckingham W, DuGoff EH. Linking Neighborhood Context and Health in Community-Dwelling Older Adults in the Medicare Advantage Program. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2018 Jul; 66(6): 1158–1164.

Jung DH, Palta M, Smith M, Oliver TR, DuGoff EH. Differences in Receipt of Three Preventive Health Care Services by Race/Ethnicity in Medicare Advantage Plans: Tracking the Impact of Pay for Performance, 2010 and 2013. Preventing Chronic Disease. 2016 Sep 8;13:E125.