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Synexus feiert 21. Geburtstag mit einer Auftragsreichweite von mehr als 100 Mio. USD
Date:4/10/2013

ame">Jane Restorick . Sie trägt die Gesamtverantwortung für Datenqualität, Patientenversorgung und die Einhaltung klinischer Best Practices in alle Synexus-Krankenhäusern.

Dr. Berthoux erläutert den Erfolg des Synexus-Modells: "Unser Modell wurde sehr gut angenommen, denn unsere Kunden in der Pharmazie und die CROs müssen die drängende Forderung nach rascherer und preiswerterer Markteinführung von Arzneimitteln unbedingt erfüllen."

Synexus hat bewiesen, dass klinische Studien mit seinen eigenen Zentren beschleunigt werden, weniger Kosten verursachen und Tausende von Patienten zur Verfügung gestellt werden können. Das Unternehmen hat die Art der Durchführung von Spätphasen klinischer Studien revolutioniert.  Früher rekrutierten einzelne Ärzte maximal vier Patienten aus opportunistischen Beweggründen. Da an klinischen Studien Tausende Patienten beteiligt sind, war dies extrem teuer und absolut unpraktisch.

Dr. Berthoux fasst zusammen: "Unser enormer Fortschritt ist unmittelbar auf die Implementierung einer professionellen Struktur zurückzuführen, die qualitativ hochwertige Daten und Patienten liefert. Es war Teamarbeit; sie wurde aktiv von Lyceum Capital unterstützt, unserem wichtigsten Aktionär. Wir erwarten eine Zeit nachhaltigen Wachstums."

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