Regulators understand that in any industry, companies can make mistakes, but they want to see firms proactively look for red flags in their organizations and take steps if they uncover anything, says Amanda Strachan, chief of the health care fraud unit in the US Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts. "We look for a company culture that demonstrates that 'we take this seriously,'" said Strachan, who spoke at the Advanced Medical Technology Association's MedTech conference last month.
Fraud investigator: Company response matters in regulatory compliance
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