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Compliance to cause planners most headaches, says report

Compliance is set to be the issue most likely to keep planners awake at night in 2015, according to CWT Meetings & Events' 2015 Meetings & Events Forecast, which predicts that meeting the increasingly stringent guidelines for medical meetings will remain top of the agenda next year.
Companies "consolidating their programmes and seeking additional transparency across multiple geographies" are set to make it their number one focus, says the report. New regulations in the pharmaceutical industry in 2015, including the Sunshine Act in the US, designed to create greater transparency around the financial relationships between drug and device manufacturers and health care providers, will mean significant impact on the sector's regulation. 

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