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INSEAD Healthcare Compliance Implementation Leadership Programme

The programme offers comprehensive compliance education tailored to meet the needs of compliance and legal professionals in healthcare

Upcoming Sessions
Location
Live Virtual
Duration
1 day equivalent
Fees
1,500

Content Overview

The comprehensive multi-modular curriculum provides the essential compliance education and training necessary for today’s healthcare compliance and legal professionals. In the absence of an academic path within universities, this programme is a unique platform for them to acquire and enhance their professional competence. The specific objectives and contents of the INSEAD Healthcare Compliance Implementation Leadership Programme are as follows:

Healthcare Compliance Implementation Leadership: Fundamentals of Healthcare Compliance (Part 0)

Topics covered include:

  • The value of ethics and compliance
  • Key and emerging elements of an effective ethics and compliance programme
  • Ethics as the essential underpinning of effective compliance
  • Developing effective training and communication in ethics and compliance

Healthcare Compliance Implementation Leadership: Designing the Effective Compliance Programme (Part I)

This programme provides the essential knowledge necessary to identify, assess and prioritise the compliance risks faced by a business and to design a compliance programme that will mitigate these risks. Topics covered include:

  • Importance and value of effective compliance
  • The evolution of the compliance programme
  • Codes of conduct, policies and procedures
  • Business strategy and compliance management
  • The role of training and communication in an effective health care compliance programme
  • Risk analysis
  • The challenge of compliance in complex organisations
  • Managing and leading people
  • Influencing people without authority
  • Leading changes without authority
  • Compliance organisation

Healthcare Compliance Implementation Leadership: Managing and Enhancing the Effective Compliance Programme (Part II)

This programme provides the tools for the day-to-day management and decisions compliance officers are confronted with, and methods for assessing and improving the effectiveness and efficiency of the compliance programme. Topics covered include:

  • Ethics and compliance: handling complex ethical dilemmas
  • Assessing corruption risk in the health care industry
  • DPAs and CIAs
  • Fair market value
  • Third party due diligence and compliance management
  • Decision processes under risk
  • Data analytics in healthcare compliance
  • Cross borders
  • Auditing and monitoring
  • Effective negotiation
  • The evolution of compliance programmes and the role of culture

Healthcare Compliance Implementation Leadership: Advanced Healthcare Compliance Implementation Leadership Programme (Part III)

The programme has been created to help senior compliance executives operate in the ever-changing healthcare environment by developing their strategic thinking and their ability to influence throughout their organisations. Topics covered include:

  • Challenges for pharma and MedTech and implications for compliance
  • Ethics in organisations and the role of compliance
  • Managing complexities in negotiations
  • Leading effective organisational change as a team
  • Networks and Influence for career success
  • Ethical leadership
  • Governance evolution in a changing risk context

INSEAD Compliance Implementation Leadership: Specialised Topics in Healthcare Compliance: Culture and Compliance (Part S)

This programme explores the importance of organisational culture, its role in building ethical and compliant organisations, as well as the challenges faced when developing an ethics and compliance programme. Topics covered include: 

  • Developing a better understanding of culture that will help you determine whether and how you might be successful in your organisation
  • Understanding organisational culture
  • How organisational culture affects ethics and compliance in healthcare organisations
  • Why develop a truly global ethics and compliance programme? What are the challenges and how to respond to these
  • Values vs. rules-based approaches to ethics and compliance programmes
  • Ethics and cultural differences