Pharma Focus Asia

Webinar Sponsored byOracle Health Sciences

Reimagining clinical trials with Clinical One Platform

Reimagining clinical trials with Clinical One Platform

The complexity of initiating studies continues to grow, a confluence of complicated protocols, globalization, and regulatory changes, at a time when there is intense pressure to speed clinical trials and restrain costs. We know that Clinical trials are becoming more complex and at the same time companies have increased pressure to start and complete trials quickly to optimize time to market. Over time, technology has provided many benefits to not only improve clinical research processes but also to drive and support clinical trial innovation.

Today we have many integrated solutions available, but that leaves us with a significant challenge. Technology is now adding additional complexity to an already complex industry. Additionally, Sponsors and CROs are often reliant on vendors/technology providers to provide critical services adding to cost and timelines due to the lack of self-service capabilities.

Oracle Webinar Video


  • Taking back control and reliance on multiple vendors
  • Removing silo’s between systems
  • Removing redundancy
  • One system for all your needs

Oracle Health Sciences Clinical One changes the way clinical research is done; providing capabilities that accelerate all stages of the drug development lifecycle by eliminating redundancies, creating process efficiencies, and allowing the sharing of information across functions.

Key Learning Objectives:

Join this webcast to better understand:

  • State of the industry and why the need for transformation
  • Clinical One Platform Vision & Overview
  • Clinical One Data Collection & RTSM Demonstration
  • How do I make the move?

Who Should Attend?

  • Director, VP level, and Executive Management
  • Professionals seeking further knowledge on how to develop their digital strategy for clinical trials
  • Clinical Research Coordinator
  • Clinical Site Managers
  • Data Manager
Jeyaseelan Jeyaraj

Jeyaseelan Jeyaraj

Senior Director, Health Sciences, Oracle Corporation | President, HIMSS India

About the Presenter - Jeyaseelan Jeyaraj

Jeyaseelan Jeyaraj (Jey) is a recognized Healthcare Informatics Leader on addressing the challenges facing the global healthcare industry and prospects for improving patient outcomes through better use of healthcare data and information. Jey brings his 20 plus years of broad consulting experience in Healthcare & Pharmaceutical R&D that spans venture-funded biotech, large pharma, CRO, and Healthcare Providers. He has published several papers and articles on e-health technologies. Jey is a Senior Director in the Health Sciences Global Business Unit at Oracle Corporation and also serving as President of HIMSS India a leading global healthcare Think Tank. Jey has completed Post Graduate Program in Management from the University of California (ULCA) Anderson School of Management.

Syed Firasatullah

Syed Firasatullah

Senior Solutions Consultant, Health Sciences, Oracle Corporation.

About the Presenter - Syed Firasatullah

Syed Firasatullah is Senior Solutions Consultant at Oracle Corporation. Syed has over 12 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, specialized in Clinical Research and Pharmacovigilance. He has worked as a Drug Safety Associate, in the pharmacovigilance department at a global CRO. He then worked in clinical operations as a Clinical Research Associate on many global clinical trials. He has also worked at a leading global Pharma as a remote monitor and assisted in the development and implementation of central remote monitoring process for their global clinical operations.

As a Senior Solutions Consultant, his interest is to develop relationships and to engage with customers by uncovering the business challenges faced in the pharmaceutical research industry and providing a meaningful perspective in the use of Oracle Health Sciences suite of products. Syed holds a Master’s Degree in Pharmacy from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in India.