Co-founder, Growth LeadZentist
Member Since December 2021
Manuchehr Kurbonali co-founded Zentist with Ato Kasymov in 2015, with the goal of helping dental practices collect insurance claim reimbursements faster while reducing their insurance outstanding claim aging reports. Mr. Kurbonali currently leads growth and marketing at Zentist. Mr. Kurbonali took time to finetune his experience as a product manager at Yahoo! He gained further experience in the dental industry working with Net32 Inc., a dental supply online marketplace. Mr. Kurbonali and Ato Kasymov have been working together for over 10 years. Prior to Zentist, they co-founded a chain of diagnostic and imaging centers that have impacted the lives of millions in Central Asia. Mr. Kurbonali holds a Masters of Economics in Finance and Banking from Moscow State University’s School of Economics, Statistics, and Informatics.
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Zentist is a platform that uses advanced technology to simplify and automate insurance revenue cycle management (RCM) for dental practices. At a time when dental businesses lose an estimated $2.1 billion due to legacy billing systems, Zentist leverages robotic process automation (RPA) and machine learning to place otherwise tedious billing tasks on autopilot. Zentist’s platform is fully and easily scalable to meet the more complex billing needs of the modern dental industry—which has been marked by aggressive consolidation and unprecedented pressures for RCM scaling. Its software minimizes human error, maximizes insurance payout, provides advanced analytics on revenue, and improves the patient-provider relationship. To learn more, visit https://www.zentist.io/.