About the Principals
JOHN DIMAGGIO, ESQ., CMC
Mr. DiMaggio has over twenty-five years of health care finance and reimbursement experience. He is a recognized expert in government sponsored health care with a specialization in the Medicare and Medicaid programs. He has called upon his knowledge of cost reporting to forge multiple reimbursement strategies that prove financially beneficial to his clients while maintaining a keen sense of compliance with complex regulatory guidance. Early in his career, Mr. DiMaggio served as the National Director of Health Revenue Management for the (then) Deloitte and Touche Consulting Practice. In that position he was responsible for the generation of over $1 billion in health care recoveries for both his State Agency and private sector clients. As a principal of DiMaggio Consulting Group, LLC he serves as a leader of government and private payor program oversight. He has distinguished himself through a propensity for analysis and problem solving that separates him from mainstream consulting resources. He maintains an ongoing passion for seeking solutions to the most difficult challenges facing health care payors.
Mr. Robertson is a nationally recognized expert in health care finance with a particular focus in the field of third party benefit utilization. As the former Deputy Medicaid Director for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Mr. Robertson created and implemented various Medicaid reimbursement models that continue to be recognized as best practice and are currently employed by multiple states. During his tenure as Associate Vice Chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, he created and then became Director of the Center for Health Financing, a division of the University that is unique among academic centers by virtue of the manner by which it applies academic resources to design and deliver practical cost savings solutions to health care payors. Mr. Robertson has developed and overseen the implementation of numerous savings algorithms that have achieved over $2 billion in programmatic cost reductions or recoveries for health care payors, while enabling the payor to maintain a high quality of care. As a Principal of DCG, he has demonstrated a singular ability to analyze expenditure trends for the purposes of isolating aberrant cost factors. He continues to design and implement algorithms that identify the root causes of cost overruns and subsequently follows through with corrective action plans that lead not only to the recovery of overpayments, but to the elimination of future overspending for his client base.