Today, study teams and sites rely on a collection of siloed point solutions that weren’t built to work together, creating redundancy and inefficiency. What if you could build a study once, enter data once, and do everything in one place?
For the fourth straight year, Oracle Health Sciences has been named a “Leader” in the Everest Group Clinical Development Platforms Products PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2020. Oracle Health Sciences maintained its position as the highest positioned vendor in “Vision and Capability” and took the highest position for “Market Impact.”
Oracle Health Sciences has been a pioneer in the eClinical market, and over the course of two decades, we have come to intimately understand the technology needs of all trial types—from the simplest to the most complex—across all therapeutic areas. But we also learned that study teams and sites want more with less: more patient information, more clinical insight, and more control, and less system complexity and burden. This is what we deliver with Clinical One—the most advanced eClinical platform, built from experience, to support the most complex trials in the simplest, most user-friendly way. Welcome to the future of clinical trials.
“Oracle Health Sciences’ investments in strengthening its integrated platform vision and user-centric functionality across the clinical development value chain have increased its mindshare among client executives, supporting its positioning as a Leader in Everest Group’s Clinical Development Platforms Products PEAK Matrix Assessment 2020.”
—Nitish Mittal, Vice President, Everest Group
A survey commissioned by Oracle Health Sciences and conducted by the Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) in 2019 reveals a downward trend in site satisfaction with the current eClinical environment when participating in clinical trials.
Oracle Health Sciences offers a suite of integrated market-leading products that are established and proven, yet innovative.
The trials were successful…we will be using the platform again. Since we had such success the first time, why change it?Kristen Striffler, Associate Director, Clinical Development, Oyster Point Pharma
The greatest benefit of using InForm and DMW is that the systems were made for each other. From a metadata perspective, they work together.Ralph Russo, Senior Director, Database Management, Pfizer
Our top benefit with Oracle CTMS is related to trip reports. What we have seen since we have rolled it out is that our CRAs have a much more efficient turnaround time in being able to write their trip reports. So that’s a huge efficiency that we can see.Nick Poulson, Sr. Project Manager, Rho
The biggest impact of Oracle InForm has been cost savings and I can’t stress that enough.Aaron Flammang, Director of Operations, Global Research,
Behind the scenes is a dedicated group of people who leveraged decades of experience and worked tirelessly to develop this solution. See some of the many faces of Oracle Health Sciences that made Clinical One possible.