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Thomas J. Mattei, B.S., Pharm.D.

Associate Professor
Mylan School of Pharmacy
Clinical, Social and Adminstrative Sciences

Bayer 313
Phone: 412.396.6361

Education:

Executive Education Pgm, Duke University, 1992
Economics Exc. Mgmnt Pgm, University of Pennsylvania, 1988
Pharm.D., Pharmacy, Duquesne University, 1970
B.S., Pharmacy, Duquesne University, 1968
Bio

Dr. Mattei's professional career has focused on three components:  clinical practice, pharmacy education and the development, implementation and management of health care services and educational programs.  His research/interest throughout his career has been to assess the value of implemented health care or services changes on the health outcomes, quality of life and health resource consumption.

 

Dr. Mattei has held various positions during his career including practicing as a clinical pharmacist, Director of Pharmacy Services for a health system, and Chief Operating Officer of a regional health system.

 

As an educator, he has served as Chairman of the Department of Clinical Pharmacy, Division Head for Clinical, Social and Administrative Sciences, and is currently the Associate Dean for Professional Programs.  He has served as a Hospital Pharmacy Residency (PGY1) Program Director and was instrumental initiating Duquesne University Academic Fellowship in Teaching and Research and its Residency programs.  Dr. Mattei participated in the development and implementation of the School of Pharmacy Academic Partner's Program and its Academic Research Center.

 

Dr. Mattei has been active professional organizations including holding elected offices in regional, state and national organizations.  In addition, Dr. Mattei has served in various capacities in the community.

Professional Affiliations

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

 

Member:

 

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP)

       American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP)

       American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy

        Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical Association

        Member, American Diabetes Association,  Western Pennsylvania Affiliate's Speakers

        Bureau, 1982 to present.

        Member, Advisory Council, Eastern States Conference for Pharmacy Residents and

        Preceptors, 1982 to present.

        Reviewer, Journal of the National Pharmaceutical Association, 1984-85.

        Member, Editorial Advisory Panel of Pharmacy Times, 1985-86.

        Member, Blue Ribbon Committee, The Capital Campaign of The Mercy Hospital of

        Pittsburgh, January 1986.

        Member, Professional Advisory Committee,  Visiting Nurses Association, 1986 to 1990.

        Family Hospice Board of Directors, 1992 to 1997

        Family Hospice Long Range Planning, 1992 to 1997

        Family Hospice Finance Committee, 1993 to 1997

        Family Hospice Planning Subcommittee on "Home Alone" Patients, Chairman, 1993

        Member, Professional Advisory Committee, South Hills Health System/Home Health

        Agency, 1993.

        Chairperson, Board of Directors, STAT MedEvac

        Member, Leukemia Society of America Board of Directors

 

        National Association Appointments and Elected:

 

American Society of Health-System Pharmacists:

-    Vice Chairman, Council on Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, 1974 to 1976.

-    Task Force on Residency Training and Accreditation, 1975 to 1977.

-    Joint Committee with the American Hospital Association on Medical Teaching, 1976 to 1977.

-    Joint Committee with the American Association of Colleges of  Pharmacy, 1977 to 1978.

-    Chairman, Joint Committee with the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, 1980.

-    Member, Administrative Council, 1982, 1983.

-    Pharmacy Residency Expansion Grant (PEG) Reviewer

       

Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists:

-    Board of Directors, 1973 - 1978.

-    President, 1976 - 1977.

-    Chairman, 7th Annual PSHP Assembly, 1975.

-    Member, Council of Past Presidents, 1981 - 1982

 

Pennsylvania Society of Health-System Pharmacists: (cont.)

-    Member,  Board  of  Directors,  Western  Pennsylvania  Society  of  Hospital Pharmacists, 1986 - 1989.

-    Member,  Steering Committee,  -Directions for Clinical Pharmacy Practice in Pennsylvania," a special invitational conference, Lancaster, PA, April 8-10, 1986.

 

American Pharmaceutical Association:

-    Editor, Clinical Pharmacy Section of PHARMACY PRACTICE, the monthly newsletter of the APhA, 1976 - 1977.

-    Chairman, Section on Clinical Pharmacy Practice of the APhA, 1977 - 1978.

 

Allegheny County Pharmaceutical Association:

-    Vice President, 1992

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-    President, 1993

-    Chairman of the Board, 1994

-    Member, Board of Directors, 1995, 2000-2003

 

Sister of St. Francis, Millvale

-    Chairman, Wellness Advisory Board, 2008

 

      Professional Appointments, Past

        House of Delegates, Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical Association, Hershey, PA, January 14-

        16, 1977.

        Delegate to the ASHP Annual Meeting for the PSHP, 1974.

        Member, Editorial Advisory Board of Drug Intelligence and Clinical Pharmacy, 1975 to

        1978.

        Chairman, Nominations Committee for the Health Education Commission of the Allegheny

        County Department of Public Welfare, 1976.

        Delegate to APhA House of Delegates from the Academy of Pharmacy Practice,

                   1976.

        Member, Commission on Health Education, 1976 to 1979, Department of Health,

        Education, and Welfare, Pittsburgh, PA.

        Member,  Committee on Evaluation and Research,  Subcommittee of Health, Education

        Center (DHEW, PAO).

        Member, Advisory Committee on the Education of Hypertensive Patients, American

        Hospital Association, 1977.

        Delegate to the Annual Meeting of the APhA, 1977 in New York, May, 1977.

Grant Review Panel, United States Public Health Service, HEW, Bureau of Health Manpower, 1977 and 1979.

        Delegate to Annual Meeting; Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May, 1978.

        Member, Western Pennsylvania Kidney Foundation, 1979 to 1981.

 

Publications

PUBLICATIONS

1.         Gonzales, Sister M. and Mattei, Thomas J.:  "The Origin and Evolution of a Clinical Pharmacy Program," Hospital Formulary Management, 19-21, February, 1973 -

2.         Co-Author, High Blood Pressure Information, A.A.C.P. Hypertension: A Model for Pharmacy Involvement, A.A.C.P. Meeting,  (presented paper), Scotsdale, AZ, April, 1973.

3.         Mattei, Thomas J. et al.:  "Hypertension:  A Model for Pharmacy Involvement," American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, 30:638-686, August, 1973.

4.         Co-Editor, Drug Distribution systems in Hospitals, Vol. III, Merck, Sharp, & Dohme, Inc., West Point, PA, 1974.

5.         Mattei, Thomas J., et al.  "A Hypertensive Patient Needs '?'" Journal of the American Pharmaceutical Association, 4:186-190, April, 1974.

6.         Mattei, Thomas J.:  "Clinical Involvement for the Pharmacist in Chronic Care," American Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, 31:1053-1056, November, 1974.

7.         Chapter Author,  "Clinical Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacology," Chapter 8, Operation of Hypertension Clinic; Gouveia, Tognoni and Vander Klejn, Eds., Elsevier/North Holland Biomedical Press, 1976.

8.         Contributing Author, "Meeting Patient Education Outcomes: Patient/Provider Responsiveness," National Patient Education Symp9sium, 104-107, September, 1977.

9.         Contributing Author, "Manual for Pharmacy Technicians," C.V. Mosby Company, 2nd Edition, January, 1978.

10.       Contributing  Author,  "Medication  Teaching  Manual,  A Guide  for  Patient Counseling," A.S.H.P. Publications, Washington, D.C., 1978.

11.       Mattei, Thomas J.:  "Profiles in Pharmacy - Sister M. Gonzales Duffy," Current Concepts in Hospital Pharmacy Management, Vol. 1, No. 1, September, 1978.

12.       Mattei, Thomas J.:  "Hypertension," Differential Insights, Vol. 1, No. 2, May,

     1980.

13.       Contributing Author,  "Medication Guide  for Patient Counseling," Lea and Febiger, 2nd Edition, 1980.

14.       MacCosbe, Paul E., Mattei, Thomas J., Livengood, Bruce H.: "Primary Care Role Model for the Pharmacist within the Setting of an Urban Outreach Clinic," submitted for publication (1982).

15.       McCague, James J. and Mattei, Thomas J.:  "A Clinical Study of Cinoxacin in the Treatment of Urinary Tract Infection," submitted for publication (March 1982).

16.       Mattei TJ, Woestman EA, Karnack CM, Wanetik MG.  Climate survey:  an aid to productivity.  Current concepts in Hospital Pharmacy management 1984;6:14-6.

17.       Mattei TJ, Karnack CM, Eder RA, Rihn TL.  Warfarin:  a quality assurance model for concurrent drug monitoring. Hospital Pharmacy 1985;20:235-42.

18.       Maier I, Schatz L, Karnack CM, Mattei TJ.  National Survey of Pharmacy Services in Freestanding Emergency Centers. Am J Hosp Pharm 1986;43:2813-4.

19.       Vanscoy GJ, Giudici RA, Mattei TJ.   Development of a model for predicting pharmacy personnel requirements.  Hospital Pharmacy 22;5:453-64.

20.       Shovick VA, Mattei TJ, Karnack  CM.  Audit to Verify Anesthesia Controlled Substance Use.  Am J Hosp Pharm, April, 1988.

21.       Mattei TJ.   Preserving Human Dignity.   Mercy Hospital Journal of Clinical Excellence, Fall 1991.

22.       -Identifying and Weighting Teaching and Scholarship Activities Among Faculty at One School of Pharmacy,' Mattei TJ, Desselle SP, Vanderveen RP, accepted for publication.  American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education.  2004(v-68)

23.       -The Center for Pharmacy Practice:  Integrating, Reinforcement, and the Enhancement of Learning,' Mattei TJ, McFalls-Stringert M, Vanderveen RP, Witt-Enderby P, submitted for publication, Journal of Pharmacy Teaching.

24.       Mattei TJ.  -Corporate finances' Pharmacy Management:  Essential for all Practice Settings, the McGraw Hill Corporation, 2004.

25.       Mattei TJ. 'Addressing the Pharmacist Shortage,' Pharmacy Times, June 23, 2005.

26.       Mattei TJ. 'Making a Positive Difference: Preparing Pharmacy Fellows and Residents to Teach,' Improving University Teaching Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, July 2005

27.       Mattei, TJ. 'The Development of a Medication Therapy Management Program for Chain Pharmacies,' AACP Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, July 2006.

28.       Mattei, TJ. 'Professionalism and Emotional Intelligence (EL): Are They Correlated?- ISPOR Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

29.       Laura M. Studnicki, Pharm.D. MBA, Terri L. Kroh, R.Ph., Thomas J. Mattei, Pharm.D., Holly C. Lassila, Dr. PH.  Understanding Medication Access Issues Facing the Underserved Population in a University Owned and Operated Community Pharmacy. 

 

PUBLICATIONS - EDITOR/ADVISOR

1.         Editor,  Clinical  Pharmacy  Section  of  PHARMACY  PRACTICE,  Monthly  APhA publication, 1976-1977.

2.         Contributor, "USP Dispensing Information," The United States Pharmacopeia and The National Formulary, 1978 to 1980.

3.         Reviewer, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 2005-present.

4.         Reviewer, Health Outcomes Publication, 2011-present

5.         Reviewer, American Society Health Professions Residency Program, 2011-present

Grants/Contracts

GRANTS

1.         Shared Drug Information Services - Regional Medical Programs, $48,000 - 1973.

2.         Shared Drug Information Services - Allegheny Foundation (A Scaife Charity),

            $250,000 - 1976.

3.         Cinoxacin Clinical Investigation - Eli Lilly company, $14,000 - March 1979 to March 1980.

4.         Clinical Investigation, Bactrim versus Cefaclor - Eli Lilly Company, $21,000 -

            1981 to 1982.

5.         Educational Grant - ER Sguibb and Son, $2,400 - 1987.

6.         Educational Grant - E. Lilly and Company, $300 - 1987.

7.         Educational Grant - Upjohn Company, $300 - 1987.

8.         Educational Grant for Drug Information - Upjohn Company, $1,600 - 1987.

9.         Educational Grant - Glaxo Company, $1,600 - 1987.

10.       Educational Grant - ER Squibb and Son, $1,600 - 1988.

11.       Educational Grant - ER Squibb and Son, $1,500 - 1989.

12.       In conjunction with the Mercy Hospital Center for Aging to address the issue of over-medication in the elderly - Scaife Family Foundation, $338,000 - 1989.

13.       Educational Grant - Upjohn Company, $1,200 - 1990

14.       Educational Grant - Schering/Key Pharmaceuticals, $1,395 - 1990.

15.       Educational Grant - Bristol Myers - Squibb Company, $750 - 1991.

16.       Educational Grant - Merck Sharp & Dohme, $5,000 - 1991.

17.       Educational Grant - Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, $500 - 1991.

18.       Educational Grant - Ciba-Geigy Pharmaceuticals, $1,000 - 1991.

19.       Educational Grant - Upjohn Company, $500 - 1991.

20.       Educational Grant - Glaxo Pharmaceuticals, $1,900 - 1992.

21.       Educational Grant - Glaxo Pharmaceuticals, $4,100 - 1992.

22.       Educational Grant - Upjohn Company, $1,600 - 1992.

23.       Educational Grant - Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, $500 - 1992.

24.       Educational Grant - Schering Corporation, $1,200 - 1992.

25.       Educational Grant - Abbott Laboratories, $500 - 1992.

26.       Educational Grant - Upjohn Company, $950 - 1992.

27.       Educational Grant - Miles Pharmaceuticals, $6,000 - 1992.

28.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $10,000 - 1992.

29.       Educational Grant - Glaxo, Cerenex, and A & H, $10,000 - 1993.

30.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $10,700 - 1993.

31.       Educational Grant - Upjohn Company, $1,600 - 1993.

32.       Educational Grant - Smith, Kline & French, $500 - 1993.

33.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $10,700 - 1993.

34.       Educational Grant - Schering Laboratories, $500 - 1993.

35.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $1,500 - 1993.

36.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $500 - 1993.

37.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $2,300 - 1993.

38.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $2,200 - 1993.

39.       Educational Grant - The Upjohn Company, $500 - 1993.

40.       Educational Grant - Boots Pharmaceuticals, $1,000 - 1993.

41.       Educational Grant - Glaxo Pharmaceuticals,  Allen & Hanburys,  and Cerenex Pharmaceuticals, $5,000 - 1994.

42.       Educational Grant - The Upjohn Company, $1,600 - 1994.

43.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $1,000 - 1994.

44.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $750 - 1994.

45.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $1,500 - 1994.

46.       Educational Grant - Upjohn Company, $1,000 - 1994.

47.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $2,000 - 1994.

48.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $1,500 - 1994.

49.       Educational Grant - The Upjohn Company, $900 - 1995.

50.       Educational Grant - Automated Healthcare, $1,500 - 1995.

51.       Educational Grant - Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, $2,000 - 1995.

52.       Educational Grant - Merck Human Health Division, $750 - 1995.

53.       Educational Grant - Merck & Company, $3,700. - 1996.

54.       Educational Grant - Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, $3,000. - 1996

55.       McKesson's Grant -Center for Pharmacy Practice-- $225,000. - 2002.

56.       Educational Grant - Eli Lilly, $2,000.

56.       Rite Aide Program - Naplex Review, $137,000. - 2005.

57.       Pharmacist Refresher Program, $10,750 - 2002, $9,500. - 2004

58.       Dental Continuing Education, $,10,995 - 2004,  $13,407. - 2005,

59.       Highmark - Wellness Contract, $69,000. - 2005

60.       Charitable Giving - GSK, $2000. - 2005-06

61.       Charitable Giving - GSK, $2000. - 2006-07

62.       Continuing Education Fund - $38,776. - 2008-09

63.       Sisters of St. Francis Spirit of Health - $200,000. - 2009