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Strategies for Compliance Professionals: Honing Your Decision-Making Skills

Posted Jan 10 2011 10:58pm

hcc-workshop-register_1 Don’t miss a rare opportunity to participate in real-world exercises and get feedback from recognized healthcare compliance leaders from Merck, Eisai, Johnson &Johnson, Siemens, Epstein Becker & Green, and Ropes & Gray.


This single-day advanced level training workshop is designed for health care compliance (HCC) professionals wishing to strengthen their analytic and communication skills and foster decision-making capacity.


Through this interactive workshop, participants will learn to respond to challenging problems and carry out appropriate corrective action effectively.  Participants will work in teams and some pre-work is required.


  • Participate in a unique professional development opportunity designed for HCC professionals seeking to hone analytical, problem solving, and presentation skills.
  • Enhance your understanding of the legal, ethical and professional standards that apply to HCC professionals.
  • Enrich your professional profile and aid in your professional advancement.
  • Prepare and deliver a presentation to a panel of industry experts, including from Siemens, Johnson & Johnson, Eisai, Epstein, Becker & Green, who will provide constructive feedback.


Legal and compliance professionals working for pharmaceutical, medical device and bio companies.


$275 (Includes continental breakfast and lunch)
To register, please go here.


  • 8:30: Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • 9:00-12:00 Morning Session:
- Presentation I: Understanding Your Responsibilities as a HCC Professional
- Presentation II: An Analytical Method for HCC Decision-making
- Group Exercise Instructions
- Overview of Case Studies and Participant Q&A

  • 12:00-12:30 Working Lunch
  • 12:30-4:30 Afternoon Session
- Team Exercises: case review; identification and analysis of issues & applicable standards;
- Development of Recommendations & Presentation to Management Board
- Team Presentations to Management Board
- Management Board’s Critique of Team presentations

  • 4:30 Awarding of Certificates and Conclusion
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