PRESS RELEASE: Register for 8th Annual Disease Management Leadership Forum by Friday, Oct. 13, for Early Bird Discounts of up to $450 PRESS RELEASE
Phone: (202) 737-5980

WASHINGTON DC USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE(TM) -- OCTOBER 2, 2006: Less than two weeks remain to take advantage of early bird savings for the Disease Management Association of America's 8th Annual Disease Management Leadership Forum (DMLF)-the premier education and exhibit event in disease management and care coordination. Register online by Friday, Oct. 13, and save up to $450 on standard registration for the Dec. 3 to 5 DMLF, in Denver.


With all-new programming for 2006, engaging keynote speakers and unmatched educational and networking opportunities, it's easy to see why the DMLF is the disease management community's largest and most eagerly anticipated event. On the program for this year's DMLF:

  • High-profile speakers, including noted whole health expert Andrew Weil, MD, and David Brailer, MD, the nation's first health IT coordinator.
  • All-new educational content, including new tracks and special programming highlighting the latest innovations and best practices in chronic disease care, obesity management and employee health.
  • Top industry exhibitors ready to answer your questions and demonstrate leading-edge technology and programs for managing chronic illnesses.
  • Networking and social events that will put you shoulder-to-shoulder with key thought leaders and decision makers from a wide variety of health care interests.

Your DMLF registration savings don't stop with the early bird discount. If you register online, you'll receive another $50 off the standard fee, on top of the early bird savings. There's no better time than now to make plans to attend the 8th Annual DMLF. Visit the official Forum Web site for programming information, special online room rates, exhibitor listings and other details. Or, contact DMAA at or (202) 737-5980.


The Disease Management Association of America (DMAA), a non-profit membership association, represents all stakeholders in disease management and care coordination. DMAA promotes the role of disease management in raising the quality of care, improving health outcomes and reducing health care costs for individuals with chronic conditions. DMAA has more than 200 corporate and individual members representing all aspects of disease management and care coordination-from large health plans, disease management organizations and employers, to individual physicians, researchers and nurses.