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Patricia Anne Armocida, American Managed health care official. Avocations: horse training, snow and water skiing, swimming. F C. Boston University scholar, 1983; recipient Leadership award Young Women’s Christian Association and Blue Cross/Blue Shield, 1988.


Armocida, Patricia Anne was born on July 29, 1956 in Portland, Maine, United States. Daughter of Gerald Arthur and Aileen Patricia (Malone) Faneuf.


Bachelor of Science, Purdue University, 1980. Master of Business Administration, Boston University, 1983.


Staff nurse New England Medical Center, Boston, 1980-1981, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1981. Consultant Health Data Institute, 1981-1982, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association, Chicago, 1983, assistant to the president, 1983-1985. Manager health services Blue Cross/Blue Shield Illinois, 1985-1986, director health maintenance organization, director utilization management, 1987-1990.

Vice president marketing Health Management Strategies, Alexandria, Virginia, 1990-1991. Director medical management Blue Cross and Blue Shield of the National Capital Area, Washington, 1991-1992. President Health Dimensions, Inc., Seattle, 1992—2002, Milliman healthcare consultant, since 2002.

Lecturer George Washington University, 1991-1994. Surveyor National Committee Quality Assurance, since 1998. Compliance reviewer Medicare-Health Care Finance Association.


Volunteer Harborview Hospital Literacy Program. Member review committee National Institute Drug Abuse Project. Campaign volunteer United Way, Chicago, 1988.

Member American Association Health Plans (board directors), Case Management Society of America.


  • Other Interests

    Horse training, snow and water skiing, swimming.


Married William Joseph Armocida, June 21, 1986.