ClinDatrix, a full service CRO located in Irvine, California, launches Oracle Health Sciences InForm 6.1 and Oracle Argus 8.0, to improve clinical development processes, streamline data capture, speed up trial timelines and enhance pharmacovigilance services.
ClinDatrix is a full service CRO offering preclinical and clinical phase I-IV project management services for domestic and global clinical trials. Also, ClinDatrix offers clinical monitoring, medical safety management and monitoring, event planning (e.g. investigator meetings: in-person and via webinars) data management, biostatistics, programming to CDISC standards, medical writing, regulatory affairs including eCTD submissions, and quality assurance services.
ClinDatrix, a Silver level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), plans to utilize Oracle’s best-in-class electronic data capture technology to gain deeper and faster insight into clinical trial data, which will help sponsors improve the speed, quality, efficiency and cost of their clinical studies. ClinDatrix looked to Oracle Health Sciences InForm for a solution that would enable its clinical project teams to access real-time clinical trial data, reduce invalid data entries, expedite data availability and provide capabilities for robust clinical data reporting. Having these systems hosted on-premise in Irvine, California, can improve skill development and provide complete control of study design scheduling.
With the implementation of Oracle Argus 8.0, ClinDatrix can provide efficiencies and have the increased ability to support global safety collection and risk management efforts. Argus 8.0, including Interchange, offers efficient processing and submission of Case Safety Reports to regulatory agencies. Oracle Health Sciences InForm offers comprehensive support for industry standards, such as CDISC, to increase efficiency and time for trial design and setup and enhance data collection and reporting quality.