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Oracle Clinical

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  1. Software


  1. Resource Description
    "Oracle Clinical provides the life science industry with an integrated Clinical Data Management (CDM) and Remote Data Capture (RDC) application on the market. Oracle Clinical was built based on the extensive experience of hundreds of companies that conducted clinical trials—which gives Oracle Clinical an essential industry perspective. Unlike other vendor offerings, Oracle Clinical provides a single application architecture for both CDM and RDC. Oracle Clinical provides additional functionality in key areas such as integration, data collection, localization, and reporting. More than 200 companies representing pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, and contract research organizations have relied on Oracle Clinical to conduct more than 10,000 clinical trials, making it the market-leading clinical research solution. Oracle Clinical's scalability, ease-of-implementation, ease-of-use, and built-in compliance increase your return on investment with every study you initiate. Because Oracle understands every aspect of clinical data management in a changing market, Oracle Clinical can help organizations create solutions for their specific data management and business challenges. Its combination of broad coverage and deep functionality offers unmatched benefits in all aspects of clinical data management."
  2. Used by
    Clinical Research Computing Unit (Penn)
  3. Software purpose
    Create database
  4. Website(s)
  5. Software license
    Proprietary commercial software license
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  2. contributor
  3. created
  4. creator
    apizarro (Angel Pizarro)
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