FCA/False Claims Filing Trends in 2019

By Robert Zelinsky on December 13, 2019

The False Claims Act (FCA) was enacted in 1863 during the Civil War, when unscrupulous suppliers misrepresented goods they supplied to the Union Army. The FCA made it a crime to provide false goods and false claims to government entities.

The Benefits of Automation and Process Improvement in Your Compliance Monitoring Programs

By Robert Zelinsky on November 15, 2019

Is your compliance monitoring program as efficient as it could be? With the addition of new automation technology and a renewed focus on process improvement, your company can add efficiencies that give it a boost.

5 Key Ways to Ensure Your Field Rides are Effective

By Robert Zelinsky on October 11, 2019

Field rides are a classic method of checking in with your employees. By directly observing their daily activities, a company manager or outside consultant can make constructive suggestions that encourage adherence to policies.

Why Data Quality is a Critical Concern for Life Science Compliance Programs

By Robert Zelinsky on September 20, 2019

Data governance is frequently left out of analytics discussions in favor of flashy visualizations and advanced metrics. However, companies must invest heavily in the tools and training necessary to

The Time for Effective Compliance is NOW

By Seth Whitelaw on August 12, 2019

This post is from guest author Seth Whitelaw with the Whitelaw Compliance Group. You may follow Seth on LinkedIn here. Recently, the Justice Department targeted three companies

Integrating KRIs into Your KPIs and Performance-Driven Compliance Culture

By Robert Zelinsky on July 30, 2019

In a performance-driven culture, the entire organization is driven to achieve certain positive outcomes. Goals are clear. Accountability is welcome.