As an expert witness I am regularly requested to provide opinions regarding the value of medical care under the Affordable Care Act. A misunderstood and often overlooked centerpiece of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—often referred to as “Obamacare” or "ACA"—is the expansion of Medicaid eligibility to people with annual incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level.
Medical Billing Coding Michael Arrigo expert witness in Federal State and Civil Courts on Fraud, Affordable Care Act, HIPAA, Healthcare costs in malpractice and personal injury, drug pricing, False Claims Act cases involving Medicare Advantage and Electronic Health Records. Click here to contact. Medical billing coding work requires rendering opinions on the Usual Customary and [...]
In my work as an expert witness regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as the "ACA" or "Obamacare"), I find that more medical malpractice and personal industry cases as well as cases involving requirements for insurance coverage for self-insured employer's employees encompass ACA in their scope. The ACA may change the economics of healthcare as they apply to a legal matter involving damages, value of care, or insurance coverage and benefits.
healthcare expert witness work in medical coding and billing, usual customary and reasonable cost of care, HIPAA Privacy, HITECH Act, and Affordable Care act require special considerations
by Michael Arrigo In my experience serving as HIPAA Expert Witness on HIPAA Privacy and Security advising clients in HIPAA breach litigation cases, one of the most important and challenging mandates for providers is to enforce policies and procedures across multiple technology platforms, devices, and a geographically distributed workforce. Recent HIPAA breaches I have seen [...]