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National Medical Billing Services to Sponsor Lou Holtz’s Keynote Address

National Medical Billing Services to Sponsor Lou Holtz’s Keynote Address

Legendary Football Coach to Speak at Becker’s Orthopedic, Spine, and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference

St. Louis, Missouri (June 11, 2012) –National Medical Billing Services, a national healthcare revenue cycle management company that specializes in servicing ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and their affiliated surgeons, will sponsor legendary football coach Lou Holtz’s Keynote Address at Becker’s 10th Annual Orthopedic, Spine and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference.

Holtz, who was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, enjoyed a successful coaching career that spanned several decades. In 1988, he led the University of Notre Dame to a national championship and is today ranked number 11 on the NCAA all-time win list for Division 1-A coaches. He is now an analyst for ESPN.

“Lou Holtz’s leadership and successes are truly remarkable,” says Nader Samii, Chief Executive Officer of National Medical. “I am especially honored to be sponsoring his keynote address, as I was a student at Notre Dame when Lou was coaching and saw firsthand the positive effect he had on the community.”

Holtz will speak to an audience of surgeons, physician leaders, administrators and ASC business and clinical leaders from across the U.S. about leadership and management on Thursday, June 14 at 4:40 p.m.

During the conference, which is June 14-16 at the Westin Hotel in Chicago, attendees will learn ways to manage challenging clinical, business and financial issues.

“There are common traits among successful people – whether you are a surgeon, a business executive or coach,” says Samii. “Lou Holtz did not become one of the greatest football coaches by accident. I think everyone at this conference will be inspired by his story.”

For information about the conference, visit www.beckersasc.com.

This post was first published June 11, 2012 and was updated July 29, 2020.



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