ABC News interviewed Michael Arrigo, a Medicare billing fraud expert. Mr. Arrigo provided opinions about a case brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, allegedly involving over $500 million in Medicare billing fraud and upcoding by a physician, Nima Ghadimi, and his Scottsdale Physician Group, SPG Hospice, and United Telehealth, and the potential involvement of a Hospital, Honor Health.
Michael Arrigo quoted regarding Google’s New Artificial Intelligence based Medical Imaging suite, privacy, and efficacy of the promised capabilities for various diagnostic imaging modalities such as CT Scan, MRI, etc., and by medical specialty.
Fortune Magazine Quotes Michael F. Arrigo regarding the HITECH Act, Meaningful Use of electronic health records and fraud.
The federal government funneled billions in subsidies to software vendors and some overstated or deceived the government about what their products could do, according to whistleblowers.
Michael F Arrigo quoted regarding genetic lab testing and medical coding and billing
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.
Daily Beast and Kaiser Health News Investigate: Letters of Protection (LOP) in medical billing for personal injury cases. Financial and ethical issues investigation of an orthopedic spine surgeon's practices including inflated medical billing, high billing for medical devices such as implants, surgical center fees.
Michael F. Arrigo quoted by Cape Cod Times regarding COVID-19 contact tracing; effectiveness according to World Health Organization (WHO), Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC); How does a substance use disorder clinic follow both epidemiological guidelines and HIPAA Privacy rule? Who can be notified (i.e. treating medical staff? non-treating medical staff? county, state health departments? public?) of a patient is known to have COVID?
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
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.”
Michael F Arrigo quoted by Inside Higher Ed regarding COVID-19 and patient privacy as well as how the privacy of a patient differs from privacy rules regarding students and education institutions. Read the article and Michael F. Arrigo's quotation. in Inside Higher Ed
New England Psychologist Interviews Michael F Arrigo regarding HIPAA Privacy Breaches and a Covered Entity's duty to investigate; Standard security measures such as email anti-phishing, content blockers, malware and virus blockers, and provide timely notification to impacted patients.
CBS Radio KNX 1070 Interviews Michael F Arrigo re: opinions on Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) and California law AB-72 regarding balance billing, out of network care. October 22, 2020.
Consumer Affairs Quotes Michael F Arrigo regarding Pharmacy Benefit Managers
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