Compliance Strategy for Small to Midsized Companies

February 22, 2013

 

Published for Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor

On Feb. 20, 2013, Jim Hoover’s article, “Compliance Strategy for Small to Midsized Companies,” published in the online version of Pharmaceutical Compliance Monitor. In the article, Jim discusses the basic steps that small to mid-sized pharmaceutical companies should take when conducting an internal investigation. He instructs  companies to carefully consider the scope and limits of the investigation, who should conduct the investigation, how to protect the relevant privileges, and the possible outcomes of the investigation, prior to conducting the investigation. By fully considering these factors, Jim suggests that companies will be in a better position to correct any problems identified and determine whether or not self-disclosure is warranted. For the full article, please click here.  





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