Life Science Compliance Update

February

2016

February 2016: Life Science Compliance Update

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Issue Summary

Although we span the globe, this month Life Science Compliance Update focuses on compliance operations. In particular, we explore the impact of technology on the world of compliance departments and their operations. Will robots eventually replace the seasoned compliance professional? How can we use iPhone apps to boost compliance? These are all things we explore in this month’s issue.


Issue Articles

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Yet Another Code for Interacting with HCPs – The EGA Adopts a New Code of Conduct
Dr. Seth Whitelaw, Editor and Mohamed Gorrafa, JD, Staff Writer for the Life Science Compliance Update
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Through the Looking Glass – Exploring Transparency, False Claims Act, and Promotional Claims
Charles Sullivan, Professor of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law
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Your Special Relationships – Specialty Pharmacies and 5 Thoughtful Controls to Consider
Jack Tanselle – Managing Director, John Moose – Director, Samantha Sutherland – Associate and Mark DeWyngaert – Managing Director from Huron Life Sciences
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The Future’s So . . . Corporate Integrity Agreements Then and Now
Katherine Norris, Director, Berkeley Research Group
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There’s an App for That – AdvaMed’s Compliance App Breaks New Ground
Dr. Seth Whitelaw, Editor for Life Science Compliance Update
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Meet R.I.S.K.: Why Your Next Compliance Officer in Big Pharma will be a Robot!
James Bone, Executive Director, TheGRCBlueBook.com
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The Brave New World of Joint Ventures and Co-Promotes
Kaitlin Fallon, JD, Staff Writer for Life Science Compliance Update
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Parting the Clouds – Some Thoughts on Why CMS Has Not Imposed Civil Monetary Penalties for Sunshine Act Violations
Timothy M. Moore, Esq., Attorney with Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P
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