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Implementing a Data Driven Compliance Monitoring Program

February 27-28, 2019
  • Philadelphia, PA

Now in its 7th year, CBI’s Compliance Monitoring 2019 is the leading life sciences event examining how to develop comprehensive compliance programs that enable proactive monitoring activities and continuously assess risk. Engage in a robust discussion on critical issues facing compliance monitoring leaders including:

  • Best practices for implementing a data driven compliance monitoring
    program — Managing risk when transitioning from a process based
    approach to a more analytical and judgement based model
  • Implement processes to audit and monitor third party vendors —
    Consider what kinds of systems to manage third party vendors
    (cloud-based, home grown or off-the-shelf)
  • Develop a more technology enabled compliance monitoring
    function — Understand what role data analytics can play in the
    evolution of monitoring programs
  • Examine the top challenges of managing speaker bureau programs,
    ride-alongs and third party donations and grants
  • Embed compliance monitoring practices into the businesses —
    Enhance relationships between compliance and other business
    functions early on
  • Discuss the latest trends and recent enforcement areas —
    Emerging areas of focus and recent cases

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

Compliance Monitoring is a great way to learn best practices and network. I’ll be back next year

Global Publication Planning Monitor, Bristol-Myers Squibb

This is a great opportunity to learn tangible monitoring strategies no matter what phase your monitoring program is in.

Director, Oversight and Monitoring, Johnson & Johnson

A great way to learn more about monitoring and to
meet monitoring peers in other organizations.

Lead analyst, MD Monitoring, Johnson & Johnson

7th Annual Compliance Monitoring Forum 2019

Implementing a Data Driven Compliance Monitoring Program

Now in its 7th year, CBI’s Compliance Monitoring 2019 is the leading life sciences event examining how to develop comprehensive compliance programs that enable proactive monitoring activities and continuously assess risk. Engage in a robust discussion on critical issues facing compliance monitoring leaders including:

  • Best practices for implementing a data driven compliance monitoring
    program — Managing risk when transitioning from a process based
    approach to a more analytical and judgement based model
  • Implement processes to audit and monitor third party vendors —
    Consider what kinds of systems to manage third party vendors
    (cloud-based, home grown or off-the-shelf)
  • Develop a more technology enabled compliance monitoring
    function — Understand what role data analytics can play in the
    evolution of monitoring programs
  • Examine the top challenges of managing speaker bureau programs,
    ride-alongs and third party donations and grants
  • Embed compliance monitoring practices into the businesses —
    Enhance relationships between compliance and other business
    functions early on
  • Discuss the latest trends and recent enforcement areas —
    Emerging areas of focus and recent cases

Previous Attendee Acclaim:

Compliance Monitoring is a great way to learn best practices and network. I’ll be back next year

Global Publication Planning Monitor, Bristol-Myers Squibb

This is a great opportunity to learn tangible monitoring strategies no matter what phase your monitoring program is in.

Director, Oversight and Monitoring, Johnson & Johnson

A great way to learn more about monitoring and to
meet monitoring peers in other organizations.

Lead analyst, MD Monitoring, Johnson & Johnson