The Perfect Storm in Healthcare - How will disruptive regulations & technologies create opportunity for healthcare and investors

A session at San Diego Healthcare Innovation Summit at Scripps - Healthcare Executives and Investors

Wednesday 17th April, 2013

9:00am to 9:20am (PST)

Michael Arrigo is CEO of No World Borders, a healthcare consulting firm. He advises companies about disruptive healthcare regulations, business models, and emerging technologies, and is a Columnist for Government Health IT News. He was recently quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding HIPAA. He served as an expert for a U.S. Federal Trade Commission matter involving anti-trust, and the economic impacts of access to clinical data, electronic health records, and ICD-10. Mr. Arrigo led the diligence for a $250 million round of venture capital for well-known venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers involving Medicare Advantage, Accountable Care Organizations, and healthcare analytics.

He advises clients regarding mobile health, real-time location services, ICD-10, Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records, and other disruptive regulations. He and his team assist healthcare companies to improve clinical staff efficiency, reduce malpractice liability, improve working capital and receivables related to out of network claims and pharmacy claims.

Mr. Arrigo was SVP of eCommerce at Fidelity and CoreLogic, CEO of an Internet billing company acquired by Citrix, and CEO of LeadersOnline, a venture funded by Heidrick & Struggles prior to its IPO. He earned his degree in Business Administration from the Entrepreneur Program at USC, studied computer science and economics at UC Irvine, and management at Wharton’s executive program. Earlier, Mr. Arrigo competed in the U.S. Olympic trials, training for the event while working full-time with a family.

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Michael Arrigo

Managing Partner, No World Borders, Expert Witness for FTC, Contributing Writer Gov Health IT News

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Time 9:00am9:20am PST

Date Wed 17th April 2013

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