PRESS RELEASE: Enjoy a Little Light Reading on Us: Cutting-Edge Publications on Outcomes, Predictive Modeling and other Critical Topics Free to All Disease Management Leadership Forum Attendees PRESS RELEASE
Phone: (202) 737-5980

WASHINGTON DC USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE(TM) -- OCTOBER 18, 2006: The Disease Management Association of America's annual Disease Management Leadership Forum (DMLF), always the premier source of educational programming and exhibits in disease management, now offers even more: hot-off-the-press DMAA publications on topics important to you and your organization.

Every registered DMLF attendee will receive:

  • Guidelines on Measuring Program Outcomes - The 2006 DMLF will provide the backdrop for release of DMAA consensus guidelines on measuring clinical and financial outcomes in disease management. Be among the first to read this much talked about and highly anticipated document.
  • Predictive Modeling Guide - This booklet, another DMAA research product, will serve as a buyer's guide to help clinicians and actuaries assess the value of predictive modeling techniques in disease and case management.
  • Participant Satisfaction Survey - Along with positive clinical and financial outcomes, ensuring participant satisfaction is key to program success. Put this industry-first survey template and user's guide to work for you.

DMAA research documents: another reason to join hundreds of disease management and care coordination professionals for the Dec. 3 to 5 Forum, in Denver. With engaging keynote speakers and unparalleled educational and networking opportunities, the 2006 DMLF is a must-attend event in disease management and care coordination.

There's no better time than now to register for the DMLF: Register and pay online, and receive a discount of up to $200! Visit for access to online registration, special room rates and online reservations, and other details about the 2006 Forum. Or, call (202) 737-5980 to talk to a DMAA representative.


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.