National Medical Billing Services is a platinum sponsor and the keynote sponsor at the Becker’s ASC 23rd Annual Meeting – The Business and Operations of ASCs, an annual conference hosted by Becker’s ASC Review at the Swissotel in Chicago. The conference is one of the premier meetings for the ASC community, bringing together surgeons, physician leaders, administrators and ASC business and clinical leaders to discuss making ASC bottom line improvements.
Nader Samii, CEO of National Medical, will deliver introductory remarks on Thursday, October 27, to open the meeting, featuring current President and former Head Coach of the Miami Heat, Pat Riley, as the keynote speaker. Riley is a six-time NBA World Champion, and the only head coach to earn the esteemed Coach of the Year honor with three different teams: the Los Angeles Lakers, the New York Knicks, and the Miami Heat. As professional basketball’s second-winningest coach, he has a deep understanding of team dynamics and has been rated as one of this country’s best motivational speakers.
Lisa Rock, President of National Medical, will be a featured speaker, sharing her in-depth knowledge on the ever-changing topic of revenue collections. Lisa’s speech, “Key Thoughts to Improve Collections,” will be held on Thursday, October 27, 12:05 – 12:45 p.m. CDT. With the rise of high-deductible health plans and increased patient responsibility, it is becoming more difficult for ASCs to collect the appropriate reimbursements. Lisa will discuss the most complex and challenging reimbursement issues and provide real solutions to increase cash flow and obtain measurable progress toward bottom-line improvements.
Samii will also share his insights in a panel discussion outlining, “Is Out-of-Network Alive or Dead?” The session will take place on Friday, October 28, 11:35 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. and will discuss the changing healthcare landscape and the approach many carriers are taking toward out of network plans.
For additional conference information, visit Becker’s Healthcare.
This post was first published October 24, 2016 and was updated July 29, 2020.