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8th Annual Disease Management Leadership Forum

December 3 to 5, 2006 · Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center

More than 1,100 health professionals gathered Dec. 3 to 5, 2006, in Denver for the 8th Annual Disease Management Leadership Forum, the premier education and exhibit event in disease management. The Forum won praise for its high-quality educational programming, speakers and exhibits.

General Session Presentations

  • Ronald E. Bachman, "Healthcare Consumerism—A Business Model for Personalized Health Management in a 21st Century Intelligent Health System," Dec. 3, 2006 (Joint Obesity Management Summit-Employer Summit keynote). Presentation Slides | Audio (8 megabyte MP3 file)
  • David Brailer, MD, PhD, first National Health Information Technology Coordinator, opening session keynote speech, Dec. 3, 2006. Audio (1.5 megabyte MP3 file)
  • Jeremy Nobel, MD, MPH, "Information Technology: What Does it (or Could it?) Mean for Disease Management?", Dec. 3, 2006. Audio (4.7 megabyte MP3 file)
  • Drs. Brailer and Nobel, joint question-and-answer session, Dec. 3, 2006. Audio (5 megabyte MP3 file)
  • Herb B. Kuhn, acting deputy administrator, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Dec. 4, 2006. Audio (5 megabyte MP3 file)

News from the 2006 DMLF

DMAA Approves New Board Appointments, Titles (12/08/06)
DMAA Honors Companies, Individuals for Outstanding Achievement (12/08/06)
DMAA Produces New Participant Satisfaction Survey Tool (12/06/06)
DMAA, NCQA Collaborate on Disease Management Clinical Measures (12/04/06)
DMAA Releases Consensus Guidelines on Measuring Outcomes (12/04/06) | topline summary | FAQ
DMAA Helps Buyers Assess Care Management Predictive Models (12/06/06)

Sponsors & Exhibitors

2006 DMLF Sponsors >>
2006 DMLF Exhibitors >>


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