Mark K. Meiselbach

Mark K. Meiselbach

Assistant Professor

Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


My primary research interests are in private insurance markets. How do employers and insurers decide what to offer? What impact do those decisions have on enrollees?

My dissertation focused on employer-sponsored insurance and how labor market concentration, local changes in health care costs, and state insurance regulations impact the plans offered in these markets by employers.


  • Health economics
  • Labor economics
  • Employer-sponsored insurance
  • Managed care


  • PhD in Health Economics and Policy, 2022

    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  • BS in Quantitative Economics and Biology, 2015

    Tufts University

Teaching Experience

As Teaching Assistant

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Health Economics, Professor Aditi Sen

Fall 2019, 2020

Introduction to Health Policy, Professor Gerard Anderson

Fall 2019, 2020

Behavioral Economics and Risk: Value-Based Payment Methods and Incentives, Professor Doug Hough

Fall 2019, 2020

Intermediate Health Economics, Professor Matthew Eisenberg

Spring 2020, 2021

The Opioid Crisis: Problem Solving Seminar, Professors Joshua Sharfstein and Sean Allen

Fall 2020

Leadership for Change and Patient Safety and Quality Improvement, Professor Michael Rosen

Spring 2020

Tufts University

Econometrics, Professor David Garman

Fall 2013, 2014, 2015