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Credible reports of compliance violations come from walk-ins

Device Regulation Alert: Safety, Compliance and Reimbursement News, February 2, 2009

Employees who walk in to the compliance officer’s office to report a suspected compliance violation are often the most credible sources, according to Jim Shehan, vice president and general counsel for Novo Nordisk in Princeton, NJ.

Speaking at the Center for Business Intelligence’s Pharmaceutical Compliance Congress in Washington, DC, January 26, Shehan said most people who come into the compliance office have a lot invested in the potential problem. They have seen something that raises questions and have decided they need to do something about it.

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