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Antonio "Tony" Fricano is associate general counsel for Tivity Health, where he focuses on health care regulatory law and payor contracting. Fricano regularly advises on health care compliance issues in the health and wellness space with a focus on issues that are relevant to providers of Medicare Advantage services. Prior to starting at Tivity Health, he was in private practice at Lathrop GPM, where he advised physicians, health systems, home health providers and accountable care organizations on health care regulatory matters. Fricano received his JD from Loyola University Chicago.
Gabriel Imperato represents individuals and organizations accused of health care fraud and assisting and advising health care organizations on corporate governance and compliance matters. Imperato is board certified as a specialist in health law by the Florida Bar and is certified in Health Care Compliance by the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association (SCCE/HCCA). This national accreditation reflects a professional level of competence and experience in compliance processes sufficient to assist health care business organizations to understand and address legal obligations and to promote organizational governance and integrity through the operation of effective compliance programs.
David Rapasadi is a global compliance manager at Medline Industries, LP. In leading Medline’s Anti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption Program, he focuses on third party due diligence and monitoring within the scope of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Rapasadi is a licensed attorney in Illinois and New York with over a decade of practice experience in civil litigation, social security disability and administrative law, and regulatory health care law. He holds a JD from DePaul University and a bachelor’s degree in management from Cornell University.
Ahmed Salim has been in the health care compliance field for over 10 years. He has served as both an in-house compliance officer as well as a consultant for Deloitte. In his various roles, Salim has been tasked within building new compliance and privacy programs. Most recently, he was the chief compliance officer for iRhythm Technologies.