Nader, as Chief Executive Officer of National Medical, has guided the company into its position as the largest and most reputable ASC and surgical focused revenue cycle company in the nation. Under Nader’s direction, the Company has grown over 30-fold in the past decade and has won numerous national awards for best outsourcing companies and best places to work in healthcare. Nader leads the company’s strategic direction with a strong emphasis on exceptional client services, lean and efficient processes, cutting edge technologies, and insightful analytics.
National Medical, with its 1,500 healthcare professionals, serves over 1,100 clients across the country, is responsible for coding over 25 million surgical charts and generates $10 billion in net revenue for its clients. National Medical handles all aspects of the revenue cycle including managed care contracting, surgical coding and denial management. The Company leverages its proprietary business intelligence tools to provide its clients with insightful and sophisticated analytics, allowing them to make highly informed business decisions.
Prior to National Medical, Nader was co-founder and President of Ajuba International, an award-winning healthcare revenue cycle company that grew to more than 2,500 employees in six years, before successfully exiting. Previously, Nader was an investment banker in the Mergers & Acquisitions Group at UBS (NY) and The Global Technology Growth Group at Merrill Lynch (San Francisco). He started his career as a corporate finance attorney at Dykema Gossett PLLC after earning his BA/BBA degree in Finance and Economics at the University of Notre Dame, and his JD/MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Nader served on the Board of ResourcePro, which is one of the fastest growing insurance focused business process outsourcing (BPO) companies, before its highly successful sale to the private equity firm of DFW Capital Partners. He also served on the Board of Directors of MedPlans Partners, which was the leading provider of BPO services to the healthcare payor market until it was acquired by FirstSource Solutions, a publicly traded company. Nader is also actively involved in the Healthcare Financial Management Association, The Ambulatory Surgery Center Association, and The International Association of Outsourcing Professionals. He was named by Crain’s Business Magazine to its “Forty Under Forty” list and was a finalist for the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Nader also played on the Men’s Varsity Tennis Team at Notre Dame.