Associate Professor of Management
Chair - Health Care Management & Organizational Leadership
BS, Quinnipiac University; MPH, Yale University; JD, University of Connecticut
Health Care Mgmt & Org Leader
400 Mount Carmel Avenue 2B
Angela Mattie is an associate professor of healthcare management, chairman of the healthcare management and organizational leadership department, and director of long-term care certificate program. At Quinnipiac, she co-founded and implemented the healthcare compliance certificate program which was the first program accredited by the national association. Ms. Mattie and her colleagues received the International Compliance Award for their contributions to the field of healthcare compliance. She was recently appointed by Senator Donald Williams, President Pro Tempore of The Connecticut Senate, to Connecticut’s Health Information Technology Exchange of Connecticut advisory committee-a statewide committee charged with advising and evaluating measures to improve the health IT infrastructure in Connecticut. Ms. Mattie was also appointed to the Regional Advisory Committee of The Connecticut Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and serves as the faculty director/advisor for the Quinnipiac University ACHE student chapter. She is the 2012 recipient of the Distinguished Faculty/Advisor Award from CT ACHE. Prior to joining Quinnipiac, Angela was Vice-President, Performance Improvement for Sisters of Providence Health Care System (SPHS). As a member of the executive team, she had oversight responsibilities for legal, quality, risk management, worker’s compensation, infection control, HIPAA privacy implementation, and corporate compliance. In 2000-2001, Angela was nominated by Anthem, Inc. for the Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellowship. Selected as one of six participants for this competitive program, she served as a health policy fellow for the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, where she was part of a bipartisan coalition that developed the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Act. During her Fellowship, she was on leave from Anthem, in the corporate office of medical policy. In her role with Anthem, Ms. Mattie was responsible for designing risk-reduction strategies and project implementation for uniform medical policy for the corporation. Before joining Anthem, Inc., Ms. Mattie was Assistant Vice-President, Quality Improvement Services with The Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA). She had responsibility for a healthcare quality research program that received state and national recognition. Ms. Mattie received her Master’s Degree in Public Health, (M.P.H.) with distinction from Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) at the University Of Connecticut School Of Law, and an undergraduate degree, summa cum laude from Quinnipiac University. She is admitted to the Connecticut and Massachusetts bar.