BMI SYSTEM seminar highlights need for more compliance tools

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London, 26th June 2013: BMI SYSTEM held its fourth successful seminar in London entitled "Meetings organisation & public disclosure: what does optimal preparedness look like?"

The seminar, hosted in conjunction with Compliant Venues and CWT Meetings & Events, took place at One Wimpole Street and explored recent moves to improve the transparency of relationships between pharmaceutical companies and healthcare professionals (HCPs) and organisations (HCOs), with an emphasis on ‘meetings' and how they can be organised to comply with recent changes to national and European codes of practice. A point of focus was the issue of managing data from third parties, for example travel agencies, using well-designed IT Systems that ensure transparency and the ability to easily audit data.

Delegates were asked at the beginning and end of the seminar to answer a question about how prepared their companies were in terms of compliance with UK and European Pharmaceutical Industry codes of practice for ‘meetings and events'. The majority replied initially that there was a high level of compliance, however by the end of the meeting clear most agreed that there was a strategy in place, which was not yet complete. These results highlighted the need for more discussion on how compliance and data disclosure will be achieved in the near future.

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BMI SYSTEM is a key sponsor for Pharma Compliance 2013 – hosting the major pharmaceutical, medical device and regulatory agencies across Europe, discussing the challenges and best practices to manage risk and enhance your compliance programme.

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