Mr. Arrigo served as an expert for a team of economists and a premier litigation firm in New York and Washington DC, in a matter before the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and several State Attorneys General. The matter involved an anti-trust issues deemed by the FTC as a matter of national economic importance. The matter involves large complex healthcare IT implementations, access to clinical data and documentation, electronic healthcare records, diagnosis and procedure coding, ICD-10, and computer assisted coding (CAC) for some of the largest hospital systems in America. He led the investment diligence effort for a well-known investment firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers for Medicare Advantage, Accountable Care, analytics and large-scale U.S. healthcare industry interoperability. He is President & CEO of No World Borders, a leading healthcare management and IT consulting firm. He was recently quoted in The Wall Street Journal regarding healthcare and HIPAA, and writes for HFMA, Government Health IT and other publications. His executive leadership positions with software, financial services firms, and healthcare IT firms and consultations to medium sized to large health plans, self-insured employers, and hospital systems result in delivering insights, leadership and value creation for early stage companies that have resuted in IPO, acquisition, and significant new contracts. He advises venture capital firms, private equity firms, and public securities analysts on emerging trends in healthcare. He earned his degree in Business Administration from the Entrepreneur Program at University of Southern California (USC), studied computer science and economics at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School executive management program. He has served as an adjunct professor at Loyola on eCommerce and Internet technology. He is studying Biomedical Informatics at Stanford Medical School. Mr. Arrigo competed in the U.S. Olympic trials, training for the event while working full-time with a family.