Michael F. Arrigo, CPHIT, CPEMR
, is Managing Partner of No World Borders works with health systems, health IT companies, and health plans and provides opinions in compliance with Rule 702 based on his knowledge, skill, training, education and experience based on facts in the case, and application of testable principle and methods.
- Expert for work with health system, health IT company, and insurance firm in landmark federal trade commission case
- Quoted in Wall Street Journal, New York Times; regular speaker, published as expert in the field
- Clinician, coder, medical billing, claims, E.H.R, practice management software, and regulatory usual, customary and reasonable (UCR) medical and prescription charges experience
- Mr. Arrigo provides expert opinions in matters at county, state, and federal levels. He has worked on cases regarding individual plaintiffs and defendants, city governments, law enforcement agencies, insurance firms, and hospital systems and physician groups, as well as class action law suits with tens of thousands of members throughout the U.S.
Mr. Arrigo has the ability to explain complex concepts such as HIPAA EDI, claims, payor-provider contracting and resultant reimbursement, and other processes to lay-persons and the Court in expert reports, depositions and at trial. He has balanced plaintiff / defendant law firm engagement experience.
Currently studying at Stanford Medical School in biomedical informatics, business degree from University of Southern California, studies in economics, computer science and statistics at the University of California Irvine.
Areas of Expertise
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|Affordable Care ActCoding & BillingHealth Care AdministrationHealth Care FinanceHealth Care Policy & ProceduresHealth Care RegulationsInsurance Laws and RegulationsHIPAA Privacy & SecurityHITECH Act||HMO / Managed CareHospital RecordsICD-10Insurance ClaimsInsurance ComplianceInsurance FraudMedicareMeaningful Use of Electronic Health Records||MedicaidMRI, CT ScansMedical Records ReviewRegulatory IssuesCost Benefit AnalysisOnline Privacy & SecurityUsual, Customary & Reasonable (UCR) Medical Costs|