CONVERGE19 is in its 4th year of bringing together the world’s leading companies for 2 days of dynamic speakers, thought-provoking breakout sessions, and opportunities to connect with like-minded professionals. Attendees will leave the conference with new resources and best practices allowing you to continue the hard work of driving ethics to the center of your business.
AMI’s Eric Feldman and Jay Rosen will both be speaking during the conference, and Deb Waugh (Director of Assessment Services) and Lara Rose (Compliance Analyst) will be in attendance representing AMI’s healthcare monitoring division.
Jay Rosen will be speaking in a panel at 1:15 on Day 1:
DOJ Guidance Best Practices
Dan Chapman, CEO, Presyse
Jonathan Marks, Global Fraud & Forensic Investigations and Compliance, BakerTilly
Jay Rosen, Vice President Business Development & Monitoring Specialist, Affiliated Monitors
The new DOJ guidance contained some subtle but impactful messages for the E&C community. This session will explore these key messages, the impact they are having and how you can best align your program with this guidance. For example, the emphasis on culture is a clear indication of the elevation of E&C, the impact you have on your business and the expectations that regulators now have that go way beyond pure regulatory adherence. You will leave this session better armed to elevate your programs to align with this new guidance and the emerging trends in our industry.
Eric Feldman’s speaking slot will be at 3:30 on Day 2:
The CCO’s Role in Performance Management that Drives Employee Behavior
Eric Feldman, Senior Vice President and Managing Director Corporate Ethics & Compliance Programs, Affiliated Monitors
Employee incentives, bonuses, and promotions are all great motivators, right? Wrong! An innocent incentive program can bring down a company. Perverse incentives are at the root of so many misconduct cases. Learn how you can play a value-added role in corporate performance management processes.