CDHCC and Boomers Conferences to Co-Locate in Las Vegas

Published March 1, 2004

Two of the nation’s premier health care conferences–the Consumer Directed Health Care Conference and Expo (CDHCC) and the Boomers Business Conference and Expo–will co-locate in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Las Vegas Hilton on March 29-31.

Health Care News is a media sponsor of both events.

CDHCC provides a forum for providers, health plans, and policy makers to express ideas about market development trends and issues. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore topics that include emerging consumer-directed health care models and national health care policies focused on the aging workforce. CDHCC sessions also will cover critical issues relevant to today’s health care climate, including rocketing health care costs, maintaining the quality of patient care, and the current legislative and regulatory landscape.

The Boomers Business Conference and Expo highlights the strategic planning necessary to appropriately address the rapidly growing Boomer population, aiming to help attendees jump-start their initiatives into the lucrative Boomer marketplace. Expert speakers representing all industries will be on hand to get attendees in sync with this powerful market. Lifestyle, health care, and financial and retirement funding considerations will be addressed, and there will also be a session on technologies transforming health care retirement.

The co-location of the two conferences offers attendees simultaneous access to the latest updates and strategies in consumer-directed health care and the Boomer market.

Marian Johnson is a public affairs representative for the two conferences. Her email address is [email protected]. For more information about the conferences, visit their respective Web sites at and