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Syneos Health has promoted seasoned talent to lead creative expression and strategy in communications that drive positive health outcomes.

ConTIPI’s expanded agreement with Indegene includes several services across the commercialization process, including sales, PRMA (pricing, reimbursement and market access), medical affairs, medical communications, pharmacovigilance, regulatory, marketing and commercial operations support.

The integrated full-service offer now includes branding, global market access, patient support services, experiential, and events as well as expert audiences.

Industry innovators and change leaders Neil Matheson, John ‘Zeke’ Czekanski, and Scott Roberts have joined forces under the CiTRUS Health Group umbrella to create a robust, boutique strategic consulting business that blends Scientific & Medical Communications with Market Access.

Aligning with Fingerpaint Group’s over-all growth strategy, this is the company’s third acquisition in the medical communications space in two years. The addition boosts its capabilities in oncology and biologics.

The agency is dedicated to effectively driving change for commercial leaders in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries through integrated services including marketing, medical communications, and training.

The new structure strengthens offerings and drives the addition of diversified marketing services.

The acquisition of the CHC allows the 4A’s to expand their capabilities for members and reach into a broad spectrum of issues impacting healthcare communications including free speech rights for advertising, opposing discriminatory taxation and ensuring responsible boundaries around data collection and usage to ensure the robust growth of the evolving health and wellness market.

After eight years in leadership roles at Vaniam Group, Herzog’s appointment demonstrates the agency’s continued focus on client service, operational excellence, and healthy growth.

For emerging manufacturers, listing through all the steps of a launch plan can be intimidating, so hearing that medical affairs and communications needs to be integrated from the beginning can feel like one more thing is being added to the overflowing to-do list of an understaffed team.