Philadelphia's gift ban is on hold, but the conversations around it provide an opportunity for compliance education.
It’s January 2019, and you’ve made plans to go to the gym before work every day. Or maybe you’ve committed to cutting out processed sugar or to eating breakfast every day. Perhaps you’ve resolved to read the news more or maybe to read the news less. But have you made your Compliance resolutions? The experts at Dovetail are here to help.
This summer, Dovetail gained two more consultants to support our growth while we continue to serve our clients with boutique attention. In July, Gina Dubois began consulting with the Dovetail team. Gina has deep compliance operations and transparency reporting experience from roles with leading medical device and pharmaceutical companies. She shares Dovetail’s philosophy that compliance and business needs can support one another, explaining: “I truly feel that when the business believes in the spirit of compliance, they can achieve medical and commercial success in an ethical way.” Gina is known for her attention to detail. “I enjoy finding data abnormalities and
Dovetail Consulting Group LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Eric Baim, a compliance industry veteran, as Managing Director.
Earlier this year the Justice Department published its latest guidance yet about corporate compliance programs: a document titled “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs,” that listed more than 100 questions the department might ask if it is investigating misconduct at your company. The guidance is specific, detailed, and comprehensive. The questions are written from the perspective of a prosecutor asking about a compliance program after a failure; but from them compliance officers can also reverse-engineer how a strong program should operate before a failure. The single longest section of the guidance dwells on policies and procedures. Those