Published author of peer reviewed material, Mr. Arrigo provides expert opinions in civil and white collar crime matters in health care claims reimbursement, forensic audits, medical record & billing documentation, provider & payor disputes, HIPAA privacy and security practices, behavioral health privacy rules, ICD & CPT coding for a variety of medical specialties, RVU physician compensation, compliance programs, business damages, personal injury, Medicare, Medicaid Insurance fraud and payment practices, medical director fair market value, OIG self-disclosure, Affordable Care Act, ERISA, HITECH Act, ICD-10, antitrust, and qui tam false claims act causes of action.
Mr. Arrigo brings experience supported by proprietary data of local, state and federal reasonable and customary medical fees; electronic health record (EHR), clinical decision support and hospital safety practices from the Joint Commission, electronic claims technologies supporting medical and dental claims, and patient's duty to mitigate costs. His work involves self-insured employers, hospital systems, health plans (insurance) and healthcare IT firms. He is managing partner of No World Borders, Inc, a firm with a team of consultants with credentials and education as MD, RN, RD, MPH, HIPAA, RHIT, CCHIT, CPC, and CPA experts. His team serves investors, health IT, payor provider firms and has over 30 years experience in clinical, claims, fraud, coding and billing. Equal retention by plaintiff, defendant, and relator counsel. Complete CV and over 30 attorney references available upon request.
Education & Licenses
Studies in Bioinformatics, Stanford Medical School; Bioethics, Harvard Medical School; Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, U. of Southern California; Statistics and Economics U. of California Irvine, additional training including CPAC and CAC curriculum (medical coding and billing for orthopedics and muscoloskeletal, pathology, labs, ambulance, cardiovascular, behavioral health, dermatology / Integumentary system, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine).