Michael F. Arrigo

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By Michael F. Arrigo 08:04 am April 20, 2015
The conference was by no means limited to interoperability, meaningful use and population health. Here's a look at some of the other happenings at HIMSS15.
By Michael F. Arrigo 08:18 am July 07, 2014
Startups are aiming to disrupt current manual aspects of filing claims. And they're tapping into cloud analytics, rules engines, and mobile technologies to pull it off.
By Michael F. Arrigo 08:29 am September 06, 2013
Within the revised CMS-1500 form is a requirement for health IT vendors to support a component of ICD-10 as soon as April 1, 2014. Here's a look at what that actually means.
By Michael F. Arrigo 07:11 pm March 04, 2013
Reporting from HIMSS13, No World Borders managing partner Mike Arrigo spotlights the initial steps the newly-formed CommonWell Health Alliance intends to pursue.
By Michael F. Arrigo 09:01 am February 20, 2013
A new project at the Veterans Affairs Department significantly expands the market, which is already proving valuable elsewhere. But one expert suggests looking to ROI before deploying any RTLS or mHealth solutions.
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By Michael F. Arrigo 08:08 am December 04, 2012
No World Borders managing partner Michael Arrigo reflects on the AHIMA National Convention, drilling down into the realities of ICD-10-centric regulations facing the healthcare industry.
By Michael F. Arrigo 12:08 pm September 24, 2012
Michael Arrigo of No World Borders argues that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act essentially ignores classic economics by failing to consider what might keep patients coming back to an accountable care organization.
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By Michael F. Arrigo 10:38 am October 17, 2011
Based on CMS projections combined with an estimated risk rate, the numbers total a sum equal to the loan portfolio write-down by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This top line reimbursement risk could redistribute healthcare wealth enough to trigger bankruptcies, consolidations, mergers, and radical shifts in health IT companies and products.

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