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Oracle Clinical One offers dashboards that give our employees and sponsors full visibility into combined data from various studies. Our service and subject matter expert partners at Oracle have provided mentoring and demonstrated how to build a database for a unique protocol. We’ve found Clinical One to be highly configurable, more so than other systems.
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