Tomorrow's clinical trials, today
The seamless integration of sensor data is critical to improving the efficiency and effectiveness of clinical decision-making at scale in both research and healthcare. As part of the Sensor Data Integrations project, Oracle collaborated with 11 industry partners and the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe) to curate resources that enable researchers, data scientists, decision-makers, and clinicians to use increasingly ubiquitous sensor data to make better and more reliable decisions faster. The working group conducted three workshops, which entailed deep dives into use cases for care delivery, clinical development, and the integration between these areas. The example data architecture resources below enable you to visualize how the interoperable integration of sensor data across a unified platform can fulfill its promise to improve patient lives.
In the world of clinical research, speed—while maintaining quality and safety—is critical. But with multiple independent systems, operational effectiveness is a problem. The only way to markedly impact efficiency is to totally rethink the way technology supports the entire clinical trial lifecycle. With Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One Cloud Service (Clinical One), you can reimagine the way technology and information support clinical research. Clinical One is the only truly unified eClinical platform that harmonizes data, streamlines workflow, and saves significant time from study startup to study closeout.
With all the siloed systems used to conduct clinical trials today, it is no surprise that the scope and severity of data quality issues is an urgent problem. Clinical data is increasingly inconsistent, incompatible, incomplete, missing, or duplicated. In addition, these issues are exacerbated by the increasing volume and variety of new data now being collected in clinical trials. On top of this, visibility across functions and between sponsors and CROs remains a challenge—data issues can be missed, which can put regulatory approval at risk. With Clinical One, you can collect and manage all your data in one place. No more duplicate data entry, reconciliation, or hidden issues.
There is often a focus on isolated processes in clinical research, but to make a significant positive impact, you need to focus on workflow—the sequence of processes through which a clinical trial passes from initiation to completion. Taking this integrated view, you can see where the redundancies, bottlenecks, and slow-downs really are. In today’s multiple-point-solution eClinical environment, study teams manage numerous study builds, multiple validations, and complicated integration requirements, while sites struggle with a myriad of credentials, overwhelming training requirements, and a tsunami of daily email alerts from all of the systems they are required to use to participate in clinical research. With Clinical One, all these issues disappear. One platform, one build, one login, one place.
See why Oracle was named a leader in the 2020 Everest Group PEAK Matrix for eClinical.
Single platform that supports all processes, people, workflow, data, and analytics.
Ingest any data source, format, frequency, and volume connected to any application target.
Upstream and downstream integration with legacy systems and wider application ecosystem.
Configure and scale for traditional, hybrid, or fully decentralized trials and support different patient choices.
Natalie Gagliordi, Senior Writer, Oracle
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