Taking place on Monday, April 8, 2019, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia Center City, this exclusive all-day event features a compelling agenda and serves as the kickoff for Oracle Health Sciences Connect, April 9 and 10, 2019.
Please join us for a full day of in-depth discussion and analysis with more than 100 of your peers and Oracle thought leaders engaging on topics vital to study startup, trial conduct, and pharmacovigilance.
Registration for the Oracle Health Sciences Connect Pre-Event Focus Group Day is separate from registration for Oracle Health Sciences Connect. Register now for the Oracle Health Sciences Connect Pre-Event Focus Group Day.
This session features Oracle Health Sciences InForm's current advances, including real-time study data visibility, the elimination of component release number compatibility documentation, better library search and governance, CRF submit improvements, and more. It also explores its ongoing evolution into an optimized, cloud-based solution. Topics covered include Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One electronic data capture, Oracle Health Sciences InForm user management, and the Oracle Health Sciences InForm roadmap.
This session highlights technological updates on new validation methods for Oracle Health Sciences Data Management Workbench, the move to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (Bare Metal), and direct, single sign-on capabilities across Oracle's current and future solutions. Topics covered include strategies for using artificial intelligence, implementing architecture for Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One, upcoming Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One release versions, and the use of mobile technology within Oracle solutions.
This session offers a deep dive into Oracle Health Sciences Site Activate Cloud Service (formerly goBalto) enhancements since Fall 2018. See demonstrations of the cross-product dashboard, reports, and tools supporting integrated sponsor/CRO work, and explore the mobile application. The session also includes strategy discussions and high-level roadmaps for each product.
This session explores Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One’s key current features and provides a preview of upcoming capabilities (data capture for risk-based monitoring, source data verification, approvals, database lock) and new proficiencies (patient profiles, data visualizations, patient management, adverse events, AI). It also presents a strategy for integration with other Oracle Health Science solutions. Topics covered include Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One update and roadmaps, demos, upcoming features, and user input.
Join Accenture as they lead a discovery on what the future of clinical and R&D hold—from protocol definition to regulatory submission, what does the future hold and how we will prepare for it?
This session explores how Oracle Health Sciences can support electronic health record (EHR) data source management options for today and tomorrow. Topics covered include EHR data source management options, data sources beyond EHR, Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One electronic data capture with EHR, and focus group member updates.
Accenture led collaborative discussion on how PV organizations qualify your respective investments to tackle the challenges of today and the future, from case management through reporting and signalling and analytics. What are your successes and challenges as you implement these programs within the organization? How do you bring innovation to your investments, and how do you drive change management and adoption to support the business and stakeholders?
This session examines how Oracle Health Sciences is supporting wearables, sensors, and apps for digital trials at scale and incorporating new digital methods into clinical trial capabilities to enable the end-to-end connected trial. Topics covered include enabling digital trials at scale with Oracle Health Sciences mHealth; HCL: the connected trial, from concept to global deployment; and embracing innovation in clinical trials.
The session examines Oracle Health Sciences ClearTrial end user productivity improvements, new bid grid formats, updated request-for-proposal bundling, and enhancements to the bid comparison capability. Topics covered include the roadmap for future advances, focus group online forum and meeting planning, new release overview, and a roadmap requirements discussion.
This session provides an overview of Oracle Health Sciences Data Management Workbench's most recent enhancements, including improved user interface, discrepancy pages, notifications, data marts, temporary filters, updated administration features, short training videos, and revised user documentation. It also offers insights into product strategy (including automation tools) and previews of the product roadmap that include many of the top customer-requested enhancement priorities.
This session explores how Oracle Health Sciences is supporting regulatory safety challenges in emerging markets such as China, Russia, and Korea. It also examines how AI is enhancing the case intake process, highlights the latest improvements in signal detection and signal management, and reviews the recommended approach for reporting. Topics covered include regulatory, audit, and compliance improvements; artificial intelligence; signal detection and signal management; and analytics and reporting.
This session explores Oracle's Siebel Clinical Trial Management System features, provides a peek at upcoming features (SmartScripts comments, blinded/unblinded studies, BIP study dashboard), and previews a migration strategy to Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One's cloud solutions. Topics covered include the roadmap and prioritization and virtual studies in Siebel Clinical Trial Management System.
This session analyzes the journey to incorporate new digital methods into clinical trials. Learn how HCL and Oracle can support that journey from simple proof of concept to global rollout.