Feb 13, 2014 (Thu): Oracle Corporation, the industry’s leading enterprise technology solutions and service provider, today announced Oracle Health Sciences will work with Nuance Communications, a leading provider of voice and language understanding solutions and Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), to help simplify and accelerate data collection and management for clinical trials through voice-to-text capabilities for web-based apps and mobile devices.
Oracle and Nuance expect to work together to integrate Nuance technology with Oracle e-clinical software. Together, the technologies will help simplify, streamline and speed electronic data capture, mobile data capture and data review by clinical data entry staff, investigators and clinical research associates.
Peter Durlach, senior vice president marketing, Nuance Communications, “Nuance’s medical speech and language understanding solutions allow people to stay productive by leveraging mobile devices, and cloud connectivity to communicate anywhere, anytime across devices and platforms,”
“Embedding Nuance cloud-based medical speech solutions into Oracle’s clinical apps provides a more natural and efficient approach for clinical researchers and staff to deliver accurate information within their workflow.”
By accelerating capture and review of trial-related data, health sciences organizations can speed time-to-data lock, improve risk based monitoring solutions and help to reduce costs.
Nuance’s cloud-based healthcare solutions enable the clinical trial team to document information and communicate findings virtually wherever they are using the most efficient accurate and simple tool they have – their voice.
Oracle Health Sciences delivers a comprehensive suite of e-clinical solutions that significantly increase productivity throughout clinical development process by helping to simplify processes across applications, reduce cycle times, and make in-stream decisions, while offering high levels of traceability and compliance.
“Clinical trial sponsors and contract research organizations around the world count on Oracle Health Sciences’ leading e-clinical solutions to help them automate and streamline their entire clinical development process,” said Nick Giannasi, vice president, Oracle Health Sciences.