Learning outcomes / Competences
The Clinical Leader:
– has an overview of WMA compliance guidelines.
– possible health governance influence on patient care.
– can definitely assess the importance of business integrity for the strategies to be developed and apply their rules.
– liability in governance.
– acts correctly within the legal framework and follows the ethical principles of the healthcare industry with regard to their hospital.
– ethical aspects in clinical management
– can evaluate the content of the codices and weigh up their influence on their clinic.
– governance knowledge and support.
– Definition and relevance of compliance and business integrity.
– WMA Code.
– FSA Code.
– Code of Transparency.
– EFPIA Transparency Code.
– Global Aspects (Sunshine Act) – USA.
– Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) –USA.
– Bribery Act – UK.
– Criminal impacts.
– DPA – Deferred Prosecution Agreement.
– The four basic principles in implementation: transparency principle, separation principle, documentation principle, equivalence principle.
– Relevance of medical guidelines.
– Ethical aspects in medical-economic decisions.
Course Form: Seminars
Participation Requirements: 5 years professional practice as a CL
Exam Form: Multiple Choice
Requirements for the award of credit points: Passed test