A November 2012 forum involving the IOM Best Practices Innovation Collaborative and the Board on Health Sciences Policy Council addressed the issues surrounding harmonized reporting on potential conflicts of interest.
Areas of discussion included:
- Common disclosure process for health care and life sciences in order to lessen the burden of compliance requirements.
- Developing a standard for content, format, procedures for data entry, storage for use in reporting relationships and meeting the needs of health care and life science compliance reporting.
- Harmonized reporting and developing a common disclosure process that simplifies data collection, storage, maintenance and retrieval.
- Improving the accuracy of data, and reduction for the need of clarification and revision.
For a complete review of discussion points regarding approaches to harmonizing the process of reporting relationships, go to the Harmonizing Reporting PDF.
On February 12th, beginning at 1 PM EST, Timothy Robinson, Esq., President, Regulatory Law Group PLLC and General Counsel, of MMIS, Inc. will host a free, on-line forum, sharing his thoughts around harmonized reporting and creating a common disclosure process. To join this conversation, request to register for the forum at medispend0.wpengine.com.