Mr. Lewis is Founder and President of the Disease Management Purchasing Consortium International, Inc. (DMPC–www.Dismgmt.com) which is the leading consultant/procurement broker in the field of Disease Management. Mr. Lewis has published many articles on Disease Management. He is Founder and Past President of the Disease Management Association of America (www.DMAA.org), the official industry association. He is one of only two two-time winners (1999, 2004) of the DMAA’s Karen Coughlin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Disease Management. In 2002, The Disease Management Association of America created the Alfred B. Lewis Presidents Award. Prior to founding the DMPC in 1996, Mr. Lewis had been Chairman and CEO (2003-2005) of CORE Inc., a Disability and Utilization Management Company. He holds an undergraduate and law degrees from Harvard University, Phi Beta Kappa and holds a Visiting Scholar Appointment at the Heller School for Social Policy, Brandeis University.