Open to anyone - Online Registration only
Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.
Regulations and access are hot topics in today’s uncertain political landscape. What if we viewed regulations as a means to innovate and open doors rather than as a tool to restrict? This short seminar will introduce you to ways to approach compliance that seek to break down barriers, improve efficiency, and broaden access.
- You’ll begin to identify alternative perspectives from which to approach regulatory matters.
- You’ll learn to look for, and find, opportunity in commonplace compliance tasks.
- You’ll set the foundation for implementing processes to improve efficiency.
Leah Carter is an Accreditation & Compliance Specialist with the University of Chicago Department of Medicine with more than 12 years experience guiding others through regulatory and compliance tasks. She has a passion for innovative, compliance based strategic thinking and strives to make compliance clear and accessible for physicians and researchers. Both a scholar and innovator with proven writing and research skills, Leah focuses on FDA law, ethics, and the intersection between compliance and access to healthcare. Her recent publications discuss Hepatitis C treatment access and advocacy.