National Medical Billing Services CEO Nader Samii and Executive Vice President Lindsay Joseph will be featured speakers this week in Portland, OR, at the 2015 OASCA Annual Education Conference and Trade Show hosted by the Oregon Ambulatory Surgery Center Association.
The session, “Outsourcing and the Revenue Cycle: How to Know What is Best for Your Surgery Center,” will be held on Thursday, Nov. 12, 1:30-2:30 p.m., at The Ambridge Events Center. Samii and Joseph will discuss end-to-end revenue cycle management best practices for maximizing reimbursement in a highly compliant fashion.
Samii has been a pioneer in the healthcare RCM industry during the past two decades. As National Medical Billing Services’ top executive, he oversees the strategic direction of the company and its industry-leading growth. He also was the co-founder and President of Ajuba International, a leading healthcare revenue cycle outsourcing company that was created in 2001 and grew to approximately 2,000 employees by 2009. Prior to Ajuba, Nader was an investment banker at both Merrill Lynch and Dillon Read & Co. (now UBS Securities) and also served as a corporate finance attorney at the 400-member law firm of Dykema Gossett.
Since 2003, Joseph has made it possible for surgery centers across the nation to increase their profitability by identifying various revenue cycle inefficiencies and then developing and implementing tailor-made solutions specific to each client’s individual needs. As executive vice president of operations at National Medical Billing Services, Joseph provides detailed financial analysis and reporting for clients, while simultaneously ensuring the company’s team fulfills its mission, maximizes output and achieves quality results.
The 2015 OASCA Annual Education Conference and Trade Show is a three-day industry conference for clinical and professional staff that provides leading insights on important national and local issues affecting ambulatory surgery centers in the Beaver State.
This post was first published November 9, 2015 and was updated November 27, 2017.