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Tammy Dutkin

Tammy Dutkin is a seasoned professional with more than 20 years of experience in clinical research and data management. As director of clinical data management and EDC in Perficient's dedicated life sciences practice, she is responsible for the overall development and management of the department's clients and projects. Her core competencies include operational excellence, training, process and technology development/implementation, and quality management. Prior to joining Perficient via the acquisition of BioPharm Systems, Tammy was the senior vice president of operations at DSP Clinical Research and the vice president at Advanced Clinical.

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Oracle Clinical 5.2 Released: 7 Changes To Know

It’s been almost two years since I wrote that Oracle Clinical and Oracle Remote Data Capture (RDC) 5.1 was released. Well, today I can say that 5.2 has been released and is available to anyone who is looking to upgrade. While 5.2 is not considered a major release, it is an important one, as it […]

[Webinar] An Intro To Clinical Study Migrations

Migrating clinical studies from one database to another (such as Oracle Clinical to Oracle Clinical or Oracle Clinical to Oracle InForm or Medidata Rave), is a complex process that requires a thorough understanding of clinical data management, technology, and the regulations that govern clinical trials. Join me and my colleague, Richard Gavan, for an informational webinar […]

What To Do When An Outsourced Clinical Trial Hits A Roadblock

  Let’s face it: Keeping clinical trials on schedule is not easy to do. Whether a sponsor runs into issues with quality, timeline, personnel, or myriad other things with an outsourced partner, it’s crucial to address the problems as soon as they’re identified. There are a few routes a sponsor can take when a study […]

Ready To Validate Oracle Clinical/RDC/TMS 5.1? We Are!

  Last November, I wrote about the new release of Oracle Clinical, Remote Data Capture (RDC), and Thesaurus Management System (TMS), version 5.1. As many companies continue to run these “tried-and-true” clinical data management and EDC systems, the enhancements were quite welcome. Since then, our data management team has been developing a complete Validation Suite […]

Migrating Legacy Clinical Data From CRO To Sponsor

  Sponsors are known to work with multiple contract research organizations (CROs). And, depending on the agreement in place with each CRO, data can be captured in either the sponsor’s systems (CDMS and/or EDC) or the CRO’s. If the data is stored in CRO databases, there may come a time when it needs to be […]

Happy Hour For Kids?

Are your children participating in the largest learning event in history next week? From December 8-12, many schools will be participating in the Hour of Code during Computer Science Education Week. The idea behind the Hour of Code is to introduce students to computer science and show them how easy coding can be through fun, game-based coding […]

Oracle Clinical/RDC/TMS 5.1 Released

Oracle recently announced a new version of Oracle Clinical, Remote Data Capture (RDC), and Thesaurus Management System (TMS). Some of the enhancements in version 5.1 include: Support for Partial Source Data Verification (SDV): Oracle Clinical and RDC Onsite now support creating a risk-based SDV plan that identifies only a subset of data requiring verification in […]

Navigating The Road To Creating Custom Roles in OC/RDC

On November 13, 2014, I’ll be delivering Taking Ownership of Custom Database Roles in Oracle Clinical and RDC, a one-hour webinar that’ll cover the following topics: Reasons to create custom roles Process of creating a custom role Granting the necessary access and privileges to a new role Granting the new role to the appropriate user […]

Managing a CDMS is Hard Enough, Let Alone Complex Data Migrations

Senior Management is always looking for answers about what works, what doesn’t, and how best to design and manage clinical trials. In order to get those answers, all of your trial data needs to be in one place and in a consistent format – this is the only way to extract accurate information. But, how […]