27 Jan Oracle rolls out Healthcare Precision Medicine platform as providers target breakthrough treatments
The new software aims to help researchers, molecular pathologists and clinicians work together more easily to improve care.
Oracle has debuted its Healthcare Precision Medicine software, doubling its efforts in an area that may be the next revolution in drug development and healthcare.
Healthcare Precision Medicine is designed to connect genetic testing, report generation and clinical care decision-making, the database and enterprise application giant said. The new software supports a shift in clinical research and healthcare from a one-size-fits-all approach of combating disease to precision medicine, a method that treats biological variations of individual patients.
Oracle Healthcare Precision Medicine addresses data aggregation, knowledge exchange, normalization and workflow issues that restrict timely creation of patient molecular profiles, Oracle said.
According to Oracle, the new software also facilitates spectrum testing from gene panels through whole genome sequencing, test throughput via streamlined lab workflow, consistent report design and simplified clinical action planning, traceability for compliance requirements, and integration with electronic health record systems and systems from other vendors for seamless clinical workflow and adoption.