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Oracle is helping government agencies and the medical community better track, understand, and combat the coronavirus.
The NIAID, part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), recently established the COVID-19 Prevention Network (CoVPN). Its goal is to register more than a million volunteers for large-scale clinical testing of vaccines and monoclonal antibodies intended to protect people from COVID-19.
As part of this initiative, Oracle developed a cloud service called the CoVPN Volunteer Screening Registry. This service is designed to allow people to volunteer for clinical trials, and helps clinical trial sites choose participants based on trial-defined demographics.
This program is expected to support hundreds of clinical trial sites across the United States by the end of the year. The trials are designed for everyone, including a focus on those who are at higher risk for COVID-19. People interested in learning more about the different stages of vaccine research and potentially participating in the network’s COVID-19 vaccine or monoclonal antibody studies can learn more on CoVPN Website.
Oracle has built and donated to the US government a COVID-19 Therapeutic Learning System that allows physicians and patients to monitor the effectiveness of promising COVID-19 drug therapies. By collecting this real-world patient data, we can quickly discover which new treatments are most effective against COVID-19. This system is currently available to every physician in the United States at covid19.oracle.com.View the press release View the Q&A
Working with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, along with health systems such as Wake Forest Baptist Health and Javara Research, Oracle extended the Therapeutic Learning System to include patient monitoring. These systems can help the medical community better understand the pandemic’s regional infection patterns to develop strategies and treatments to contain and possibly eliminate this novel coronavirus.View the Q&A
Now more than ever, it’s critical that we make it possible for our customers and partners to continue their operations, drive business forward, and help respond to the unique demands that businesses may be facing during this pandemic. For decades, Oracle has been committed to the mission-critical work that keeps businesses and organizations around the world up and running across every industry. We aren’t stopping now.
Count on us to support businesses large and small during the most challenging times and beyond.Learn more