17 June 2015 | News | By BioSpectrum Bureau
Oracle launches clinical trial data platform
The platform enables risk-based monitoring and adaptive trials
Singapore: Oracle Health Sciences has launched Oracle Health Sciences InForm Cloud Service 6.1, a data capture and management platform to accelerate trial timelines, lower costs, deliver higher data quality, and reduce risk.
The platform enables expanded risk-based monitoring capacity that enables source verification at the individual and subject level.
"Oracle is leading the way with innovative, secure, and compliant cloud-based solutions that help our industry bring life-improving therapies to market faster and at a lower cost," said Mr James Streeter, vice president, life sciences product strategy, Oracle Health Sciences.
"Oracle Health Sciences InForm Cloud Service 6.1 and our broad platform of integrated Oracle Health Sciences Cloud solutions help organizations address complex business requirements head-on by enabling them to adopt new models with confidence and speed. For example, the Oracle Health Sciences Inform 6.1 models for risk-based monitoring and adaptive trials drive greater clinical development, efficiency, and precision", he added.