September 23, 2016

NEW PROVIDENCE, N.J., Sept. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — The challenges of complying with global regulations for the Life Sciences industry when managing healthcare professional (HCP) interactions have been on the rise around the world. That fact has driven AHM, with nearly 20 years of experience as a leading global provider of software and service solutions for the management of HCP interactions, to share its industry knowledge with healthcare organizations across countries and continents.

Healthcare organizations (HCOs) in Europe and other regions around the world are centralizing their HCP interactions management. Europe, particularly, has seen ever-increasing regulatory oversight as a result of the newly implemented European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) Guidelines. EFPIA represents 1,900 European HCOs. These strict regulations have led AHM to bring together trusted experts and opinion leaders to share best practices and compliance solutions for managing HCP interactions at two important upcoming European events in October:

  • First, AHM hosts its third international event, Life Sciences European Compliant HCP Interactions & Risk Mitigation Seminar, on October 4th in Windsor, UK. Industry subject matter experts will share their challenges, best practices and innovative solutions to address complex transparency requirements and the ever-changing HCP compliance landscape. Several solution leaders, including Cvent and Porzio Life Sciences, whose consulting services and compliance tools help Life Sciences companies master the regulatory environment, will deliver key messages on new transparency data and innovative integration solutions that deliver end-to-end compliance solutions for global HCP interactions across all meeting and engagements. This seminar will include thought-provoking sessions around centralization of HCP data, complete global meeting and interactions management, and strategies for simplification of transparency reporting. This event is by invitation only. However, pharmaceutical companies are able to request an invitation here.
  • Second, AHM will be presenting and exhibiting at the 4th annual Pharma Compliance Conference on October 5-6th in London, UK. The conference will bring together senior compliance executives to share experiences and discuss EFPIA guidelines. AHM’s keynote at the general session will define globalization and the key components in shaping a global standard for engaging HCPs within an HCO. Visit the AHM booth to learn more about global HCP meetings management services, the new Cvent linkage capabilities, and to request a CentrisDirectTM demo.

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