National Medical Billing Services, a national healthcare revenue cycle management company that specializes in servicing ambulatory surgery centers and their affiliated surgeons, recently showcased its industry-leading approach to revenue cycle management at the Becker’s ASC 22nd Annual Meeting: The Business and Operations of ASCs.
“Our team of Surgery Revenue cycle and coding experts is second-to-none,” said Nader Samii, CEO of National Medical Billing Services. “Showcasing our talent on such an important stage was a tremendous honor, as was the opportunity to tell our industry more about National Medical’s unique approach, values and culture.”
The preeminent industry gathering for outpatient healthcare leaders, Becker’s annual ASC meeting was held Oct. 22-24 at the Swissotel Chicago. This year’s meeting included renowned thought leaders in facility operations and clinical experts, as well as prominent keynote speakers such as Arianna Huffington, Mike Eruzione, Daniel Murrey and Teri Fontenot.
Eruzione, who captained the 1980 U.S. men’s hockey team, was a featured guest of National Medical during the conference. The famed “Miracle on Ice” winger signed autographs at a company-hosted event prior to his keynote speech, in which he identified the parallels of successful teams both on ice and in the boardroom.
Lisa Rock, president of National Medical Billing Services, also was a featured thought leader at the recent Becker’s conference. Lisa’s speech, “How to Code and Bill in an Out-of-Network Environment,” was delivered on Oct. 23 and provided actionable intelligence for the ASC community on successfully navigating the revenue cycle management aspects of today’s increasingly narrow provider network. In addition, she participated in two panel discussions during this year’s meeting: “Is Out-of-Network Alive or Dead?” and “The Future of Anesthesia and Pain Management in ASCs.”
Lisa Rock is a seasoned healthcare management veteran with over 25 years of experience in the industry. Her wide-ranging background consists of positions such as director of training and education for the largest regional payer in the Mid-Atlantic area for seven years, and vice president of business office operations for an ASC development and management company for two years. She has also managed private practices in the specialties of orthopedics, retina surgery, cardiology and anesthesia.
“Becker’s ASC Conference is a leading forum for the biggest issues in our industry,” she said. “It was an honor to be a featured speaker at this event.”
This post was first published November 11, 2015 and was updated July 29, 2020.