Richard Beinecke, DPA
Chair of The Institute for Public Service
Professor of Public and Healthcare Administration
Office: Sawyer Building, Rm. 1060
Areas of Expertise
- Mental health and substance abuse
- Managed care assessment and outcomes measurementHIV/AIDS needs and service assessment
- Disability policy and issues
- Policy analysis
- International behavioral
Beinecke’s experience spans the public and private sectors in the United States and abroad.
For more than 15 years he was the principal evaluator of the Massachusetts Behavioral Health Program and a primary evaluator of the Ryan White Title I HIV/AIDS programs in the Boston area.
Beinecke has served in clinical and management positions in several community mental health and substance-abuse centers and as a senior planner at Harvard Community Health Plan. In Washington, DC, he served as program director, U.S. Council for the International Year of Disabled Persons. He also worked for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on mental health legislation; and for private sector firms, he developed mental health facilities around the country.
DPA, George Washington University
MA, University of Chicago
BA, Williams College; ACSW