Mike Arrigo is the Managing Partner Healthcare - ICD-10 Informatics of No World Borders.
Mr. Arrigo recently served as an Expert in a Federal Trade Commission case regarding ICD-10, Computer Assisted Coding, electronic health records, access to clinical data, data transparency, and the macro economic impact of various competitive issues.
His areas of expertise include Health Care Mergers, Health Care Private Equity and Venture Capital Investments, Antitrust and Competition Policy in the Health Care, Cost Benefit Analysis in Health Care, Health Care Sector Modeling, Molecular Diagnostics, Health Care Insurance Services, Medical Device, Pharmaceuticals, Physician Services, Public Policy and Health Care Payment Reform. In addition, he has a decade of experience in enterprise software, social media, and eCommerce as well as financial services. He has spent time directly observing clinical staff deliver care to high acuity patients in hospitals, so he brings a care delivery perspective to the firm.
He has in-depth experience in HIPAA mandates, the HITECH Act and Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) and is a published author and regular speaker. He consults to clients regarding HIPAA 5010, ICD-10, revenue cycle management, Meaningful Use of Electronic Health care Records, quality measures for Medicare Advantage Hospital Value Based Purchasing and Medicare Advantage HEDIS 5-Star Ratings for health plans. He is an expert in participatory social media for building brands and crowd sourcing solutions. Mr. Arrigo was recently quoted in the Wall Street Journal Venture Capital Dispatch regarding venture-backed information-technology companies that serve hospitals and health insurers and Wall Street Journal Health Blog. He an macroeconomic analysis of the reimbursement risk of the transition to ICD-10 CM and ICD-10 PCS on the U.S. health care economy in comparison to the impact of the mortgage backed securities devaluation. He performed diligence work for the premier venture capital firm in the U.S on their investment in medical analytics, a health plan, physician group, and accountable care organization solutions.
In his prior work as an SVP of eCommerce at Fidelity and at CoreLogic, he led innovative eCommerce and consulting business groups that were instrumental in transforming both companies’ strategy from a siloed services to integrated exchanges using software as a service (SaaS) platforms.
He led one of the largest and most complex Sarbanes Oxley audits in the U.S. for a Fortune 100 firm, involving multiple lines of business, disparite financial systems, application controls and general controls. His team served financial services firms such as JP Morgan and Wells Fargo.
Prior to that, he was CEO of Erogo (acquired by Citrix) an SaaS billing company.
He led the development of the asset acquisition strategy and launch of LeadersOnline, a Heidrick & Struggles backed early social media venture and assisted in the IPO of Heidrick, adding over $100 million to the market cap at the time of the IPO.
Prior to that, Mike served in consulting, executive, strategy, sales and marketing, and product management positions at Borland, Hewlett Packard, Symantec, and Oracle.
He served as an Adjunct Professor at Loyola University and has been a guest lecturer at the University of California Irvine.
He earned his degree in Business Administration from the Entrepreneur Program at University of Southern California (USC).
He studied Computer Science and Economics at the University of California, Irvine (UCI).
He attended the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School Executive Management Program.
Mr. Arrigo is certified in Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma methodologies, has been a member of the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI) for health care information and the Southern California Chapter of the Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS). He writes for Government Health IT, Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and our corporate blog. He is an advanced youth soccer coach and an avid road cyclist.
In October 2007 Mr. Arrigo competed in the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team Trials.