Syneos launches ‘reimagined FSP model for today’s customer challenges’

By Melissa Fassbender

- Last updated on GMT

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(Image: Getty/AndreyPopov)

Related tags: Syneos Health, models, Service provider, Service, end-to-end, Pharmacovigilance

Syneos Health this week unveiled FSP 360, combining the company’s functional service provider experience with its end-to-end capabilities, says EVP.

According to the company, FSP 360 combines traditional service functions, like monitoring, project management, pharmacovigilance, and data services, with less-traditional capabilities, such as investigator payments, eTMF, site contracts, feasibility, and study startup.

"By pairing our 20 years of experience in the FSP space with our end-to-end capabilities - the broadest in the industry - we were able to purpose-built a reimagined FSP model for today’s customer challenges,”​ said Eleanore Doyle, Executive Vice President, FSP 360.

“The flexible model benefits from the experience we’ve gained through establishing 70 partnerships in 53 countries and our global footprint,”​ said Doyle, who will be leading FSP 360 with support from more than 4,5000 dedicated personnel globally.

The new model is a hybrid solution that can stand alone or be used in combination with full-service outsourcing, according to Syneos.

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