Ph.D., Yale University
M.P.H., Tulane University
B.S., University of Richmond
Angie Snyder is an associate project director at the Georgia Health Policy Center, and her work focuses on applied research of policy and program evaluation for state- and community-level health projects. Her research uses both qualitative and quantitative data (including administrative databases) to study the health outcomes that result from the organization and financing of public health systems.
Her current research focuses on evaluating policy options for increasing health insurance coverage for children and the quality of care received by children enrolled in PeachCare for Kids (Georgia’s Children’s Health Insurance Program). Snyder also co-directs the Georgia Public Health Research and Surveillance for Hemoglobinopathies projects with the Georgia Department of Public Health. The federally funded projects focus on surveillance of and health promotion for individuals with hemoglobin disorders. Snyder is also the research and evaluation director for the Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health. Her research activities within the Center of Excellence focus on integrating data sources to provide a holistic view of Georgia’s child and adolescent behavioral health System of Care and enable longitudinal tracking of individual-level child outcomes.
Snyder’s published research has appeared in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Public Health Reports, Economic Inquiry, the Journal of the American Medical Information Association, Health Services Research, the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, and the Journal of Attention Disorders.