Area(s) of expertise: Obamacare, ICD-10, EMR
Summary of expertise:
Mr. Arrigo recently presented “Perfect Storm in Healthcare – A Guide for Investors, Health Insurers and Healthcare Providers” which covers the inter-relationship between complex, disruptive health care regulations such a Obamacare, ICD-10, health care technology and business strategy. Mr. Arrigo served as an expert in a legal matter before the U.S. Federal Trade Commission involving anti-trust issues related to clinical data and documentation, E.H.R.s, diagnosis and procedure coding, ICD-10, and computer assisted coding (CAC) for one of the largest hospital systems in America. His experience includes work with health plans, health care providers, healthcare IT firms and investors.
Michael was recently quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding healthcare and the financial impact of new regulations, and writes for Government Health IT and other publications. He and his team performed investor diligence on transactions exceeding $500 million for healthcare IT, payor, and provider mergers and acquisitions serving private equity and venture capital firms. He led the diligence effort for a well-known Silicon Valley investment firm for Medicare Advantage, Accountable Care, Cloud Computing, Software as a Service, analytics, and large-scale healthcare industry cloud interoperability.
He led diligence for a PE firm regarding a pre-IPO Cloud healthcare IT solutions business. He is an advisor to an mHealth startup. Arrigo is the former SVP of eCommerce two multi-$billion financial services firms, and CEO of an internet billing company sold a leading enterprise software company.
He graduated from the University of Southern California (USC), studied computer science and economics at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School executive management program. He is a candidate for a Masters in Public Health and Informatics. Arrigo served as an adjunct professor at Loyola on eCommerce. He competed in the 2007 U.S. Olympic trials, training for the event while working full-time with a family.
Blog/Web site: www.noworldborders.com/blog
ICD-10, Health Care Economics, Regulatory
Accountable Care, "Obamacare" Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Economics
Real-Time Location Services (RTLS) Mobile Health
Electronic Medical Records, Interoperability
Health Care Regulatory and Standards Changes
Prior media experience:
Wall Street Journal
New York Times
He graduated from the University of Southern California (USC), studied computer science and economics at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School executive management program. He is a candidate for a Masters in Public Health and Informatics. Arrigo served as an adjunct professor at Loyola on eCommerce.
ICD-10, electronic medical records, meaningful use audits, electronic health records, health insurance exchanges, health information exchanges, anti-trust, computer assisted coding, BigData, Cloud Computing in Health Care
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