WASHINGTON DC USA -- DISEASE MANAGEMENT UPDATE NEWS SERVICE(TM) -- NOVEMBER 6, 2006: From employee health to outcomes measures to global challenges -- educational programming at the 2006 Disease Management Leadership Forum (DMLF), Dec. 3 to 5, in Denver delivers the best in emerging issues, hot topics and the latest research.
The DMLF, hosted by the Disease Management Association of America (DMAA) and long recognized as the premier education and exhibit event in chronic disease management, raises the bar again this year. New educational tracks, lively roundtable discussions and focused workshops promise unparalleled learning opportunities:
- The pre-conference Employer Summit and Obesity Management Summit explore in-depth, critical issues in chronic disease care.
- New educational tracks on clinical and financial outcomes, and physician engagement, will keep you on top of evolving areas in disease management and care coordination.
- The new Pacesetters Series, a showcase of innovative technologies, and the real-world Case Study Spotlights bring fresh approaches to learning.
- An inaugural Issue Exchange will promote a free flow of ideas in an informal, roundtable setting.
Add to that more than 80 exhibitors ready to demonstrate the latest innovations in chronic disease care, and complimentary new guides on hot topics, such as outcomes measurement, and it's easy to see why you don't want to miss the 2006 DMLF. Want more? Register online today and receive a $200 discount off the standard Forum rate.
Visit www.dmaa.org/DMLF06 for online registration and room reservations, and other DMLF details. 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.