Mr. Charles E. Colitre was graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1963 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in Human Resources Administration and Organizational Management.
Upon graduation he served as a United States Naval Reserve officer in the US Atlantic Fleet and on the staff of the United States Naval War College. He graduated with honors from the U.S. Naval Justice School. Upon release from active duty in 1967 he joined the Naval Investigative Service where he served as a civilian Special Agent for five years.
In 1972 he joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation and served in Newark, New Jersey, New York City and FBI Headquarters where he was appointed the first FBI liaison officer to the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) since 1950. During that assignment he developed and taught a block of instruction on International Law Enforcement for new agents at the FBI Academy and authored a feature article on INTERPOL operations for the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin . In 1986 he was assigned to Akron, Ohio, where he supervised FBI operations in seven northeast Ohio counties including all health care fraud investigations among which was the Department of Justice, Hospital Laboratory Unbundling Project.
Mr. Colitre retired from the FBI in 1998 and formed Health care Compliance Consultants (formerly Med-Management Group, Inc.) to devote full time to consulting with hospitals, physician practices and heath law firms on health care compliance issues.
He is Certified in Health care Compliance (CHC) by the Health care Compliance Association of which he has been a member since 2002. He has been member of the faculty of the Winer and Bevilacqua’s School of Medical Office Management in Akron, Ohio, and served on the advisory board of The Physician’s Compliance Alert newsletter. He has written for Compliance Today, the monthly publication of the Health Care Compliance Association and The Health Care Compliance Professional’s Manual. He serves on the Compliance Committee of Akron General Health System and is a member of the Medical Group Management Association and a former member of the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association. He also serves on the Risk Management committee of the Great Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America.