Inside Higer Ed COVID-19 privacy
Gag Order or Privacy Concern?
When it comes to their students testing positive for COVID-19, professors say they have a right to know and share the information how they deem appropriate. Colleges want to keep those cases close to the vest.  Read the article and Michael F. Arrigo's quotation. in Inside Higher Ed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael F. Arrigo quoted by an investigative journalist at The Capitol Forum regarding genetic testing.  Discussion of medical coding, lab panels, medical billing, state Medicaid billing, abusive billing practices.

The Capitol Forum
Michael F Arrigo quoted regarding genetic lab testing and medical coding and billing

 

 

 

 

The Lund report Quotes Michael F. Arrigo regarding risk corridors. Moda Wins Supreme Court Case, insurers can collect the $12 billion spent on so-called “risk corridors.”

Lund Report Quotes Michael F. Arrigo as expert in risk corridors
Lund Report Quotes Michael F. Arrigo as an expert in risk corridors, a provision in the Affordable Care Act in 2014 to 2016 to encourage health plans to participate in Health Insurance Exchange marketplaces

Fortune Magazine Quotes Michael F. Arrigo regarding electronic health records and fraud

Fortune Magazine Quotes Michael F. Arrigo re Electronic Health Records

Fortune Magazine Quotes Michael F. Arrigo

 

The Wall Street Journal Quotes Michael F. Arrigo regarding health care privacy

Wall Street Journal Quotes Michael F Arrigo regarding healthare privacy

Wall Street Journal Quotes Michael F Arrigo regarding healthcare privacy

National Public Radio and Kaiser Health News Quote our CEO, Michael F. Arrigo on medical billing and medical coding

 

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Read Michael Arrigo's article regarding clinical documentation improvement (CD) case study at Baptist South Florida Health System

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Michael F. Arrigo and No World Borders in Wall Street Journal Venture Capital Dispatch regarding Y2K problem in health care.


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