Research Compliance Podcast Series
Research compliance can be a daunting term for an institution. Hosting guest speakers from Huron’s seasoned compliance team and industry counterparts alike, Huron’s Research Compliance Podcast will present important topics with a conversational spin to keep your institution informed on current events and best practices, preparing you to react to the dynamic higher education compliance environment. Expect engaging discussions surrounding clinical research billing, the impact of foreign influence on research, critical compliance conversations and more.
In our first podcast of the series, we speak with Huron compliance expert Leah Guidry about the interoperability of the parties responsible for submission of medical bills resulting from clinical trials and how alignment can impact an institution’s level of compliance and revenue retention.
In our second podcast of the series, Nicole Jacobs, an associate in Huron’s higher education business, discusses foreign influence in academic research with Valerie Bonham, counsel at Ropes & Gray LLP. Together, they break down the current foreign influence landscape and equip the research community with information to help inform their approach to this evolving compliance issue.
In our third podcast of the series, Roseann Luongo, a manager in Huron’s higher education business, discusses research compliance infrastructure, stakeholder engagement and other critical compliance topics with Jeff Seo, assistant vice provost for research compliance at Northeastern University.
During this episode, Huron experts Chris Steele, Gabby Labayen and Hank LeFlore discuss effective internal controls for sponsored projects administration and how to leverage a system implementation as an opportunity to reevaluate and strengthen internal controls. If you consider yourself a seasoned professional when it comes to internal controls, feel free to skip ahead to 7:07 for a discussion specific to improving these controls during enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations.
Please see below for links to references discussed during the episode: