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Rutgers Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics and Compliance
The Office of Enterprise Risk Management, Ethics, and Compliance is the first of its kind at Rutgers. Its inception is centered around the university’s strategic goal to become recognized as among the nation’s leading public universities: preeminent in research, excellent in teaching, and committed to community. The interlace of ERM, ethics, and compliance in one office places Rutgers at the forefront of best practice among the most elite universities nation-wide.
Though this office was formally inaugurated in December of 2013 by charge of President Barchi and the Board of Governors, our roots stem from RBHS’ robust Healthcare Compliance Program. Our office brings the experience and practice of a successful compliance and ethics program, as well as the vision and understanding to break down silos and establish a university wide system to recognize potential problems and to take the appropriate steps to mitigate and resolve them.
Calendar of Events
- The University's first Annual Compliance Grand Rounds will be hosted by ERMEC with special guest Paul Fishman. This will be a live compliance trainings session where credit will be given toward the mandatory compliance training.
January 20, 11:00am-12:30pm
Newark - NJMS B556
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School - MEB Room 102
Camden- Campus Center - South ABC Conference Room
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