Chelsea Ott joins MedPro Systems as Regulatory & Compliance – Senior Associate

MedPro Systems is pleased to announce that Chelsea Ott has joined the company as Regulatory & Compliance – Senior Associate to support our growing Life Sciences customer base.

Chelsea has extensive experience with healthcare fraud and abuse regulations and assisting Life Sciences and Healthcare organizations with meeting their compliance obligations. Prior to MedPro Systems, Chelsea served as Assistant General Counsel at a New Jersey health system and Healthcare & Life Sciences Associate at a New York City law firm.

Chelsea earned her U.S. Healthcare Compliance Certification and law degree from Seton Hall Law School and her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Chelsea is a member of the New Jersey and New York bar, the New Jersey State Bar Association, the Healthcare Businesswoman’s Association, and the American Health Lawyers Association.

“Chelsea joining our team is another milestone for our organization, to meet our customers’ requests for regulatory and compliance guidance in support of our industry-leading suite of solutions,” says Bryan Andrews, Director of Sales Operations at MedPro Systems. “By now having an in-house attorney to focus on Aggregate Spend & Transparency, Data Privacy, DSCSA and PDMA regulations, this shows MedPro’s commitment to the industries we service.”

“MedPro’s best of breed approach is revered throughout the industry. I am excited to work with our customers to build upon MedPro’s stellar reputation and holistic solution offerings,” added Chelsea. “By further expanding into the regulatory and compliance space, MedPro can offer increased compliance guidance and benchmarking to better assist our customers with their day-to-day needs and questions.”

About MedPro Systems:

MedPro Systems® is trusted by over 550 Life Sciences customers, including 22 of the Top 25 Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, to solve difficult data challenges in managing, validating, and enriching healthcare practitioner (HCP) and healthcare organization (HCO) attributes.

MedPro’s solutions have helped customers seamlessly meet Aggregate Spend, DSCSA, Ohio TDDD, Prescription Drug Marketing Act (PDMA), and Stark Law requirements through the use of their industry-leading MedProID® suite of solutions.

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