Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA) Publishes 2003 HDMA Directory

RESTON, Va. -- The Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA) has published its 2003 HDMA Directory, a critical resource for those involved in the healthcare product distribution and manufacturing industries. Known as "the Yellow Pages of Healthcare Distribution," the HDMA Directory contains contact information for HDMA members, including 400 of the largest and most influential healthcare product manufacturers and distributors in the world.

The directory contains the following targeted industry information:

* Full contact information for more than 3,000 individual key industry

players, including CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CPOs, VPs, directors and


* Complete corporate information for HDMA members, including corporate

headquarters, departments, regional offices, and distribution centers

with individual contacts within each corporate entity;

* Contact information for key trade press, industry associations,

colleges of pharmacy and state pharmacy associations with individual


* Corporate information for key suppliers to the healthcare product

distribution industry, identified by type of organization and products

or services offered;

* Contact information for members of HDMA's board of directors and

committees; and

* Information from HDMA's 2002 Industry Profile and Healthcare Factbook,

including the "Family Tree of HDMA Distributor Members" and the

"Industry Structure: HDMA Member Map."

"All industry players should include the 2003 HDMA Directory as part of their reference materials and keep it close at hand," said Mike Kibler, HDMA's vice president of member relations and meetings. "This must-have publication is widely used by all in the industry and is a critical reference tool."

The 2003 HDMA Directory is available for $149 (HDMA members) and $349 (non-members). For more information, visit the HDMA Marketplace at

The Healthcare Distribution Management Association (HDMA) is the national trade association that drives collaboration between key constituents on healthcare supply chain issues. Through this collaboration, HDMA develops and promotes efficient, effective, and innovative business solutions for the safe delivery of healthcare products.

Source: Healthcare Distribution Management Association