JSS Medical Research plans to use the Oracle Health Sciences applications to support its business unit focused on clinical trial data management.
The emerging CRO expects to launch its first Oracle Clinical-supported study this month and plans to use Oracle Clinical to manage data for all of its new studies by the end of 2009.
JSS Medical Research offers services covering the entire spectrum of the study from conception to the dissemination of results. Its research team is comprised of clinical epidemiologists, physicians, biostatisticians, project managers and information technology experts who work together to help ensure the success of its projects.
In order to support its strategy of expanding its presence in North America and entering the European market, JSS Medical Research required a robust, proven and highly reliable and scalable clinical data management system to replace its legacy systems that were developed in-house.
BioPharm Systems, an Oracle Certified Partner, worked with JSS Medical Research to help deploy and validate the system to comply with U.S. Food and Drug Administration as well as European regulatory agency requirements.
“This important investment in Oracle Health Sciences applications supports JSS’ commitment to offering its international pharmaceutical, biotechnology and nutraceutical clients the highest quality Phase II to IV clinical contract research services,” said Dr. John Sampalis, President, JSS Medical Research. “Oracle’s industry-leading clinical development applications will provide a solid and scalable foundation to support our expansion into the global clinical trials market.”
“Oracle is helping forward-thinking CROs, like JSS Medical Research, in their efforts to expand operations and capitalize on the emergence of global clinical trials,” said Neil de Crescenzo, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Oracle Health Sciences. “Oracle’s industry-leading applications help CROs to build a proven data and clinical trial management foundation which enable them to accelerate insights for better health.”