September 12, 2012
Wednesday FoREMS: Methods for Addressing Recent Risk Minimization Requirements
Methods that regulators have required as part of risk minimization activities have evolved significantly over the past five years. Recently there appears to be an emphasis on stakeholder training as an important risk minimization measure. In addition, the effectiveness of training in guiding the behaviors of the target stakeholders is being measured by means of audits of clinical practices.
In this webinar, we will review best practices and lessons learned from the use of field-based clinical educators as a tool for stakeholder training. We will also review standards and best practices for conducting audits of HCP practices.
- Review of risk minimization examples in which stakeholder training or audits have been required
- Discussion of the feasibility of using field-based clinical educators as a tool for effective stakeholder training
- Definition of best practices and standards for conducting audits of healthcare provider practices
- Roundtable discussion of trends and insights
- Jeff Fetterman - President, ParagonRx
- Joy Morrell - Senior Vice President and Managing Director, inVentiv Therapeutics Institute
- Arlene J. Rufalo - Director, Auditing Services, inVentiv Health
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