This Thursday, Perficient is hosting a webinar on Oracle Data Management Workbench (DMW) alongside Oracle, one of our most valued partners. From Perficient, we’ll have Prabha Ranganathan, the director of clinical data warehousing and analytics, and from Oracle, we’ll have Srinivas Karri, the director of product strategy for DMW. Yesterday, I got a sneak peek […]
Posts Tagged ‘Life Sciences Data Hub’
Using Oracle DMW To Solve Clinical Data Review Challenges
In part one of this two-part blog series, we outlined a number of challenges that organizations face with clinical data reviews. In today’s post, part two of the series, we’ll take a look at how Oracle Health Sciences Data Management Workbench (DMW) can be used to tackle those challenges. DATA MANAGEMENT WORKBENCH (DMW) OVERVIEW When […]
Oh My, Where Has The Time Gone?
Next week, we are exhibiting at Oracle Industry Connect (OIC) 2017 in Orlando, Florida. For those not familiar with OIC, it is a conference dedicated to a variety of verticals, including Life Sciences and Healthcare. Prior to the existence of OIC, the Annual Oracle Health Sciences User Group (OHSUG) Meeting was an event devoted to users […]
The C-Level Way To Load Data Into A Clinical Data Warehouse
On October 15, 2015, my colleague, Kathryn Hanson, presented a webinar on the topic of clinical data warehousing. She provided a high-level overview of the challenges that life sciences companies face when it comes to technology, in particular with the acquisition and management of data (e.g., patient/subject, trial management, safety) from different systems and […]
93 More Companies Chose Oracle Health Sciences Solutions
And that was just this past year. So, I think it’s fair to say that Oracle’s software is the cream of the crop in the life sciences and healthcare industries. According to a press release issued by the company, close to 100 life sciences companies have signed on to use Oracle’s clinical and safety […]
Can We Integrate Clinical And Safety Systems In The Cloud?
In our last “cloud fact or fiction” post, we discussed the ability to migrate clinical and pharmacovigilance data to the cloud. Let’s jump right in and talk about system integrations in the cloud. Claim #7: Clinical trial software in the cloud cannot be integrated with other systems.
Is Your Clinical Trial Software Secure In The Cloud?
In our last “cloud fact or fiction” post, we pointed out that hosting your clinical trial software in the cloud gives companies unparalleled access to their data due to high system uptime and ease of access to systems. This time around, we’ll discuss cloud security. Claim #5: Clinical and safety data in cloud systems is not […]
Cloud Fact Or Fiction: Can You Always Access Your Clinical and Safety Data In The Cloud?
Last time, we concluded that the costs associated with hosting clinical trial software in the cloud can actually be less than for on-site solutions. In this post, we’ll tackle access to data and system uptime. Claim #4: Clinical or safety data stored in the cloud can be accessed at any time. Fact or fiction? Fact. […]
Cloud Fact Or Fiction: Are Ongoing Costs Associated with Hosting Clinical Trial Software High?
In our last “cloud fact or fiction” post, we discussed the cost of implementing clinical trial software in the cloud. This time around we’ll address the ongoing costs you can expect to see if you decide that hosting your applications in the cloud is the way to go. Claim #3: Ongoing costs for cloud/hosted clinical […]
How Many Environments Do You REALLY Need?
A couple of weeks ago, a client of ours discovered a problem in the production (PROD) environment of one of their clinical systems. In the initial system implementation, they had opted for a single environment (without a sandbox, development, training, test, or validation environment), so they found themselves with no separate environment in which to […]
Cloud Fact Or Fiction: Can Clinical Trial Software Be Implemented Faster In The Cloud?
Anyone evaluating clinical trial, clinical data, and safety management systems today will also need to decide whether to implement on-site or in the cloud. As each year passes, more and more companies are choosing the cloud for a whole host (pun intended!) of reasons. Over the next few weeks, my colleagues and I will examine […]
Parke-Davis Seems Like Yesterday
In a few days, Perficient will be attending the 19th Oracle Health Sciences User Group (OHSUG) annual meeting in St. Louis. I have been privileged to attend all previous user group meetings, beginning with the very first one back in 1996 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Approximately 100 people gathered in a conference room at Parke-Davis […]