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Transparency for life science industry is a global trend with national and international codes having to comply with wider regulations (Sunshine Act, Bribery Act…). The limitation of payments made to health professionals for their participation to meetings with a clear scientific goal and the public display of financial interactions between laboratories and HCPs are a first part of transparency processes that are starting to hit the European industry in general and the UK one more particularly.

Transparency in relationships between the life science industry (diagnostics, pharmaceutical and medical device) and healthcare professionals continues to gain momentum. A global European roadmap for the disclosure of payments made in 2015 to health professionals has been approved by the EFPIA and this measure will already be starting from 2013 in the UK according to the clause 19.4 of the ABPI Code 2012. Moreover the Ethical Standards in Health and Life Sciences Group* (ESHLSG) has recently published a new series of clinical trial transparency (as stated in the clause 18.5 of the ABPI Code) principles and facts that go towards the transparency trend in the pharmaceutical industry and the UK in general. Grants and donations made to institutions, organisations or associations are also to be made publicly available from 2013 (Clause 18.6).

BMI SYSTEM with NAYA software provides pharmaceutical and medical device companies a solution for Transparency in relationships with healthcare professionals. NAYA software has been adapted to the latest European regulations concerning transparency and is tailored for a complete reporting of financial relationships that have to be declared from 2013 according to the latest edition of the ABPI code.

*ESHLSG: The ESHLSG is a multi-stakeholder group with representation from professional, representative and regulatory bodies from the health professional community, the life sciences industry (covering diagnostics, medical devices and pharmaceuticals) as well as patient organisations.

Transparency for life science industry is a global trend with national and international codes having to comply with wider regulations (Sunshine Act, Bribery Act…). The limitation of payments made to health professionals for their participation to meetings with a clear scientific goal and the public display of financial interactions between laboratories and HCPs are a first part of transparency processes that are starting to hit the European industry in general and the UK one more particularly.

Transparency in relationships between the life science industry (diagnostics, pharmaceutical and medical device) and healthcare professionals continues to gain momentum. A global European roadmap for the disclosure of payments made in 2015 to health professionals has been approved by the EFPIA and this measure will already be starting from 2013 in the UK according to the clause 19.4 of the ABPI Code 2012. Moreover the Ethical Standards in Health and Life Sciences Group* (ESHLSG) has recently published a new series of clinical trial transparency (as stated in the clause 18.5 of the ABPI Code) principles and facts that go towards the transparency trend in the pharmaceutical industry and the UK in general. Grants and donations made to institutions, organisations or associations are also to be made publicly available from 2013 (Clause 18.6).

BMI SYSTEM with NAYA software provides pharmaceutical and medical device companies a solution for Transparency in relationships with healthcare professionals. NAYA software has been adapted to the latest European regulations concerning transparency and is tailored for a complete reporting of financial relationships that have to be declared from 2013 according to the latest edition of the ABPI code.

*ESHLSG: The ESHLSG is a multi-stakeholder group with representation from professional, representative and regulatory bodies from the health professional community, the life sciences industry (covering diagnostics, medical devices and pharmaceuticals) as well as patient organisations.

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