Nader Samii, CEO of National Medical Billing Services, will deliver introductory remarks on Thursday, May 19, to open ASCA 2016, this year’s annual Ambulatory Surgery Center Association conference in Dallas.
“Preferred by patients and leading adopters of technology, ambulatory surgery centers are at the forefront of innovation in the U.S. healthcare industry,” Samii said. “ASCA makes our voice heard in Washington, D.C., and around the country, and I’m excited to share our experiences with other industry leaders and lend our support to the entire organization.”
National Medical Billing Services is the Platinum Sponsor of ASCA 2016, which will be held May 19-22 at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center. Lisa Rock, president of National Medical Billing Services, also will be a featured speaker at this year’s conference.
Lisa’s speech, “Best Practices to Optimize Patient Collections,” will be held on Friday, May 20, 3:15 – 4:15 p.m., and will outline strategies for optimizing patient collections and detail how ASCs can more effectively collect from their patients. She will show administrators and other ASC decision makers how they can improve a facility’s bottom line while simultaneously increasing patient satisfaction.
“ASCA’s annual conference is one of the biggest stages in our industry and it’s an honor to be featured alongside my esteemed colleagues,” Lisa said. “National Medical Billing Services is the industry-leading ASC revenue cycle provider, and I look forward to sharing my insights on how facilities can develop successful financial strategies.”
ASCA is a national membership association that represents ambulatory surgery centers. The organization provides advocacy and resources to assist ASCs in delivering high-quality, cost-effective ambulatory surgery to all the patients they serve. It develops and maintains working relationships with legislative and regulatory bodies, works in coalition with other organizations concerned with improving access to high-quality care and reducing the costs of healthcare, conducts education programs, and informs the public about ASC-related issues.
This post was first published May 13, 2016 and was updated July 29, 2020.