Advanced Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program

3-day Intensive Workshop for Prior Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program Participants

 

[email protected] | 973-642-8382

PROGRAM SCHEDULED for May 16-18, 2023 | Virtual

ABOUT PROGRAM

Seton Hall Law’s Advanced Healthcare Compliance Certificate Program (HCCP) is an intensive, three-day virtual workshop designed for experienced health care compliance and legal professionals who are looking for a deeper dive into key compliance risks, strategic decision making, and policy execution. As the advanced offering, this program builds on the substantive base offered in Seton Hall’s global foundational HCCP. The virtual format is highly participatory, with opportunities for interaction with presenters in each session and a group case study each day to enhance knowledge and application. Expert faculty include legal academics, enforcement officials, compliance professionals, and legal counsel. Attendance at each program will be limited to ensure a small group setting with ample opportunity for participant interaction with faculty and a collegial exchange of ideas. Participants will receive an Advanced HCCP Certificate upon successful completion of the program.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The program is designed for compliance and legal professionals who have completed one of Seton Hall Law's global compliance certificate programs (US, APAC, MidEast, LATAM, or EU). The virtual format is highly participatory, with opportunities for interaction with presenters in each session and a group case study each day to enhance knowledge and application.

Tuition cost: $2,950.00

To learn more about this program, contact Brett Canaval at [email protected] or 973-642-8382.

Register for a Deep Dive into Healthcare Compliance in just 3 days!

PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

This intensive three (3) day program is designed to:

  1. Provide experienced health care compliance and legal professionals with a deeper dive into key compliance risks, strategic decision making, and policy execution
  2. Builds on the substantive base offered in Seton Hall’s global, foundational Health Care Compliance Certificate Programs
  3. Prepare attendees for positions of greater responsibility within their organizations
  4. Promote interactive learning and critical thinking through small group exercises and case studies
  5. Share strategic ideas and best practices on enterprise-level matters including ethics and culture, risk management, and influencing key business leaders
  6. Identify compliance challenges and opportunities in a post-COVID world
  7. Provide networking opportunities with other senior professionals

Program Agenda/Schedule

Day 1 Topics

  1. A Look Inside the Department of Justice’s Evaluation of Effective Compliance Programs Guidance
  2. Implementation of and Demonstrating Adherence to the Guidance
  3. Risk Assessment Discussion and Case Study

Day 2 Topics

  1. Effective, Ethics-Based Collaboration with Legal and the Business
  2. Third-Party Relationship Management
  3. Case Study: Overseas Third-Party Management

Day 3 Topics

  1. Deep Dive into Internal Investigations
  2. Compliance in a Post-COVID World and Ethical Enterprise Leadership

Compliance Certification Board (CCB) Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are currently pending and expect to be awarded based on individual attendance records.


Note: Agenda. All times are listed in Eastern Time.
DAY 1 - Tuesday

10:00 - 10:45

Program Kickoff, Overview, and Participant Introductions

Rosa Alves

Rosa Alves
Assistant Dean for Global Compliance & Programming, Seton Hall Law School

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Jacob Elberg

Jacob Elberg
Associate Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School

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10:50 – 12:05

A Look Inside the Department of Justice’s Evaluation of Effective Compliance Programs Guidance

Jacob Elberg

Jacob Elberg
Associate Professor of Law, Seton Hall Law School

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Lauren Kootman

Lauren Kootman
Assistant Chief, Corporate Enforcement, Compliance & Policy Unit, Fraud Section, Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice
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Daniel Kahn

Daniel Kahn
Partner, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

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12:05 – 1:05

Lunch Break

1:05 – 2:25

Implementation of and Demonstrating Adherence to the Guidance 

Gary Giampetruzzi

Gary Giampetruzzi
Partner, Litigation Department, Paul Hastings LLP

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2:25 – 2:40

Break

2:40 – 4:40

Risk Assessment Discussion and Case Study: Overview of Enterprise Risk Assessment, Approaches to Compliance Risk Assessment & Case Study

Regina Gore Cavaliere

Regina Gore Cavaliere
Vice President, Regulatory and Compliance, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Henry Schein, Inc.

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Margaret Sparks

Margaret Sparks
Head of Compliance, Vaccines (U.S.) North America Ethics and Business Integrity, Sanofi

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DAY 2 - Wednesday

9:30 – 11:00

Effective, Ethics-Based Collaboration with Legal and the Business

Piergiorgio Pepe

Piergiorgio Pepe
President, Quantum Ethics

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Lawrence Platkin

Lawrence P. Platkin
Vice President and Head, U.S. Office of Compliance, Bayer U.S. LLC

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Dean Boozang

Moderator: Dean Kathleen Boozang
Dean of Seton Hall Law School

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11:00 – 11:15

Break

11:15 – 12:45

Third-Party Relationship Management: Domestic and Global Risks, Due Diligence, Contracting, Monitoring, Auditing, Termination

Jaimee Reid

Jaimee Reid
Sr. Director, Legal Compliance, Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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Maija Burtmanis

Maija Burtmanis
Senior Legal/Compliance Life Sciences Executive (Japan)

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12:45 – 1:45

Lunch Break

1:45 – 3:30

Case Study: Overseas Third Party Management

Jaimee Reid

Jaimee Reid
Sr. Director, Legal Compliance, Intercept Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

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Roeland Van Aelst

Roeland Van Aelst
EMEA Lead Third Party Intermediary Ethics & Compliance, Johnson & Johnson

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3:30 – 4:15

Networking Reception for All Program Faculty & Attendees

DAY 3 - Thursday

10:00 – 11:45

Compliance in a Post-COVID World and Ethical Enterprise Leadership: Influencing business leadership, including the Board to confront compliance challenges that would emerge post-COVID

Bryant Aaron

Bryant Aaron
Senior Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer, Anthem, Inc.

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Anne-Sophie Bricca

Anne-Sophie Bricca
Deputy General Counsel, Senior Director, Legal Affairs & Compliance EMEA, Terumo BCT

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Dean Boozang

Moderator: Dean Kathleen Boozang
Dean of Seton Hall Law School

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11:45 – 12:45

Lunch Break

12:45 – 1:45

Deep Dive into Internal Investigations: Strategies, Techniques, Tools (Analytics, etc.)

Joe Zimmerman

Joe Zimmerman
Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, SpringWorks Therapeutics, Inc.

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Jill Dailey

Jill Dailey
 

1:45 – 2:00

Break

2:00 – 3:45

Case Study

Joe Zimmerman

Joe Zimmerman
Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, SpringWorks Therapeutics, Inc.

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Jill Dailey

Jill Dailey
 

3:45 – 4:00

Conclusion & Closing Remarks