16 May

Compliance and Healthare – Congrès européen


Compliance and Healthare – Congrès européen

16 and 17 May 2019 – Hôtel InterContinental Paris Le Grand

The tendency to implement stricter regulations for companies in the health industry is only increasing in a general, global way. This congress is for healthcare actors to whom those new regulations apply whether they are European, enacted per state or even internal.

This congress aims at giving you an overview of the current legislation on anti-corruption and transparency per country.

What can your company do and under which conditions? How to implement the new rules per country? How do you update internally your new procedures?

How does the new regulation such as the GDPR or the MDR affect your day to day operations ? How can you navigate the several legal frameworks imposed on you per country ?

The purpose of this training is to help the companies concerned to understand the upcoming and recent regulatory changes at an international level.

Compliance and Healthcare 16 & 17 May


  • Erik Vollebregt : “Developments in more punitive regulation of hospitality in the Netherlands in the MDR and IVDR implementing legislation and (increased) criminal prosecution of payments to HCPs in the Netherlands”

  • Mathias Klumper : “Recent compliance developments in Germany (anticorruption law 2016), incentive and motivation aspects of compliance management systems”

  • Paola San Giovanni : “Ethical needs of life sciences: between statutory obligations and self-regulation”

  • Alex Denoon : “The UK Bribery Act (the “FCPA on steroids”) : compare and contrast presentation addressing the position in multiple European jurisdictions”. AND “Addressing GDPR requirements in clinical trials: seeking to resolve the challenges associated with different approaches adopted in different European jurisdictions.”

  • Paola San Giovanni : “Ethical needs of life sciences: between statutory obligations and self-regulation”

  • An Vijverman : “Compliance with EU CTR, MDR and GDPR and how it impacts (Clinical) Data Transparency” AND  “Belgian rules on giving advantages and benefits to HCO and HCP + the transparency rules laid down in the Belgian Sunshine Act”


Registration fees includes ( 1st day : coffee, and coktail – 2nd day : coffee and lunch )

IRC Members : €350 – €450 (after May 3rd 2019)
Non-Members : €600 – €700 (after May 3rd 2019)
Registration plus IRC Membership :
€745 – €845 (after May 3rd 2019)
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