Data analytics are essential to an effective compliance program. For compliance professionals, the quantitative analytics developed by effectively leveraging structured and unstructured data are critical for identifying control gaps, process optimization opportunities and aligning with your company’s strategic plan. But with so much data to consider, how do you develop focus? How do you capture and synthesize internal and external data sources for evaluating distributors and suppliers? And how can you leverage data visualization to communicate all of this effectively?
Daniel Garen, partner at DLA Piper and former CCO of Danaher, and Christian Focacci, VP of Product Offering at Steele Compliance Solutions, discussed transforming data flows into actionable insights to learn more about ways to use quantitative analytics to enhance your compliance system and
adapt it to a business accelerator. No matter where your compliance program is in its data journey, this webinar showed you some of the tools that can be used to demonstrate the real business benefits of your compliance program.
Daniel Garen, Partner, Litigation and Regulatory, DLA Piper
Daniel Garen is a healthcare compliance and technology lawyer who develops and helps implement best-in-class compliance and risk management strategies at public and private pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and technology companies around the world. He uses quantitative analysis and process optimization to counsel clients on mitigating risk and streamlining business workflows. Daniel uses a continuous improvement suite of tools to deploy compliance as a business accelerator. He was previously the head of clinical affairs for a Fortune 100 company and brings a deep understanding of clinical collaborations with academic institutions. He also advises commercial and research organizations on product launch strategies based on
market intelligence and approved labeling. Further, he has served as chief compliance officer for several large and medium cap multinational organizations.
Christian Focacci, VP, Offering Management, Steele Compliance Solutions
Christian Focacci is currently Vice President of Offering Management at Steele Compliance Solutions where he focuses on helping companies identify risk through the use of data, machine learning and automation. He joined Steele through the acquisition of compliance technology company TransparINT, which he co-founded and served as the Chief Information Officer. Prior to founding TransparINT, Christian had a decade of experience in anti-money laundering compliance, working for several of the world’s largest financial institutions, including JPMorgan Chase, Citi, and Bank of New York Mellon. He also founded AML Source, a leading career resource website for compliance professionals that was acquired by the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS), a Barbri company.
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