Nemadji’s 3nd Annual PAM Week Recognition Program

The 2022 theme is ‘Empowering Opportunity.’

In honor of National Patient Account Management (PAM) Week, Nemadji is taking nominations to recognize outstanding patient account management staff.

According to AAHAM, PAM Week is “a special week to honor those special people involved in healthcare administrative management”–and that’s exactly what we intend to do with our annual recognition program.

All nominees will receive a Nemadji care package, while one randomly selected winner will receive a $200 Visa Gift Card or a $200 donation to the charity of their choice.

If there’s anyone at your hospital that you’d like to recognize for outstanding performance and contribution to your team, please fill out the form below.

The deadline to submit nominations is October 12th.

All nominees will be recognized on Nemadji’s LinkedIn page during PAM week, with the winner being announced on Friday, October 21st.

We look forward to your nominations and recognizing your outstanding team members!

Please use the form below to submit your nominations.

PAM Week Nominations

Please include the hospital the nominee works at. Example: Director of Patient Financial Services at Mayo Clinic
Nominee’s contact information will only be used to contact the winner for distribution of their care package.
This information will not be shared publicly.
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