Gerald J. Coyne

Managing Director, State Monitoring Services

Boston, MA


Jerry Coyne is Managing Director of State Monitoring Services at Affiliated Monitors, Inc. At Affiliated Monitors, Mr. Coyne oversees monitoring agreements with corporations, healthcare entities and individuals.

Mr. Coyne has over thirty-five years of experience as an attorney in both the public and private sectors, most of that time in leadership positions. Mr. Coyne retired from the Rhode Island Attorney General’s office in January 2019, after serving an unprecedented 20 years as the state’s Deputy Attorney General, spanning three administrations. In that role, he supervised 235 employees, including nearly 100 attorneys, spread over four divisions, and oversaw the daily operations of the office and its $31 million budget.

A recognized expert in the management of attorneys general offices, Mr. Coyne regularly collaborated with leaders in other AG offices and . . . View Full Bio

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Telehealth & Home Health Care (Replay)

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Our debut episode gets a replay, featuring Vin DiCianni, President and Founder of Affiliated Monitors, Inc. and Gerald Coyne, Managing Director, State Monitoring Services, as they explain the future of…

Jerry Coyne on Telemedicine and Compliance in the Age of Coronavirus — A podcast episode with Tom Fox

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Compliance and Coronavirus is the newest addition to the Compliance Podcast Network. In this episode, Tom Fox visits with Jerry Coyne who is Managing Director of State Monitoring Services at…
Gerry Coyne on Tom Fox's FCPA Podcast

5-Part FCPA Podcast Series feat. Jerry Coyne: The Use of Monitors by State Attorneys General

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Day 1: in the first episode of a 5-part podcast series, AMI Managing Director Jerry Coyne, introduces the role of State Attorneys General in protecting state consumers through multi-state litigation.…