The concurrent and co-located events will take place Oct. 13 to 15 in Washington, D.C., at the Hilton Washington hotel, and are expected to attract a combined audience of more than 1,000. DMAA represents more than 200 organizations and individuals dedicated to wellness, prevention and chronic disease care and its annual meeting is recognized as an industry leading education and exhibit event. The Integrated Care Summit, which DMAA and the NAM first hosted in 2007, brings together employers and health care professionals to present case studies of innovative workplace health promotion programs.
DMAA is accepting presentation proposals for The Forum 10 and Integrated Care Summit that share best practices and strategies for improving health and preventing and managing chronic conditions. Proposed presentations must be original, new and not previously presented or published (or under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere). Presentations also may not contain commercial content.
Forum presentations by health care companies must feature a co-presenter that brings a complementary perspective to the presentation, such as an industry expert, client, government representatives or vendor partner. Proposals by health care companies without a co-presenter will not be considered. For the Integrated Care Summit, the primary presenter must be an employer or other purchaser of health care services. No presentation may include more than one speaker per company - parent or subsidiary.
DMAA will accept presentation proposals for the Forum and Summit through 8 p.m. Eastern Time March 12. An online submission system and complete submission and presenter policies are available at The Forum 10 and Integrated Care Summit Web site, www.theforum10.org, or by contacting DMAA at email@example.com or (202) 737-5980.
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DMAA: The Care Continuum Alliance represents more than 200 organizations and individuals and convenes all stakeholders along the care continuum toward population health improvement.