Dave Shuford, a sales consulting director at Oracle, and I will take the virtual stage to showcase Oracle Clinical One and discuss what the platform means for companies running Oracle Health Sciences applications (e.g., Oracle Clinical, InForm, CTMS) and those that might be considering moving to a new vendor entirely. This webinar follows the fireside chat that Mike Grossman, Perficient’s life sciences GM had with Jim Streeter, Oracle’s […]
Through our upcoming fireside chat with Perficient’s Mike Grossman, GM, Life Sciences, and Oracle’s Jim Streeter, Global VP, Life Sciences Product Strategy, we are really aiming to clarify some fundamental questions relating to Oracle’s Clinical One and what this platform approach could mean for our clients. They are going to get right back to the basics of why it is beneficial to invest […]
Over the last couple of years, Oracle has been incredibly hard at work developing, from the ground up, what many are calling a game-changer for Oracle—and its customers. It’s called Clinical One. If your company uses any Oracle Health Sciences applications, you’ve probably already heard a little about Clinical One. You may already have received […]
There are a number of essential technical considerations that should be evaluated when migrating clinical studies from one database to another. Is the target database new or does the incoming data need to be “merged” into an existing database? What if the source application has been customized? What obstacles can be expected? Where does regulatory […]
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 […]
The area of clinical data collection has seen an influx of rich, digital solutions in recent years, and more continue to enter the marketplace. The plethora of devices, apps, and solutions is aiding in data collection – some within the context of clinical trials and healthcare, others for patients themselves as users and owners of […]
When it comes to clinical trials, the consequences of bad data can be severe. Research and development becomes complicated and lives can be put at risk. The need for clean clinical data is critical for comprehensive reporting and analysis, ultimately enabling safer drugs and devices to be brought to market faster. Join us this Thursday […]
Then we’ve got a special webinar, just for you. On July 21, we will be having a fireside chat with our client, Alliance Foundation Trials (AFT), a research organization that develops and conducts cancer clinical trials. The chat will include a few presentation slides, so that you’re not looking at a blank screen, but much […]
We’ve talked a lot in this blog about the use of electronic health records (EHRs) in clinical trials. Recently, my colleague wrote about it on our healthcare blog, so, I thought I would share her post with my pharma and CRO friends. While our previous posts focused on the use of EHR for subject recruitment […]
According to an article in Clinical Leader that featured Bayer Healthcare’s VP Global Strategy & Development Advisor, by evaluating certain criteria against patient populations, electronic health record (EHR) systems can help sponsors determine trial feasibility and shape better study protocols. This can reduce the number of amendments, which can cost anywhere from $300,000 to […]
Last year, I wrote about Proteus, the company behind the FDA-cleared ingestible sensor that helps monitor patients’ adherence to medication. At that time, the company was running clinical trials in the US, whereas in 2012, the company’s platform was already deployed in the UK.
In an article from Clinical Leader, Chief Editor, Ed Miseta, and Bayer Healthcare’s VP Global Strategy & Development Advisor, Johann Proeve, discuss using electronic health record (EHR) and electronic data capture (EDC) systems to lower the overall costs of running clinical trials.