The cloud-based version of Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics enables health sciences organizations to reduce risk by predicting IT expenditures and providing 24/7 professional IT support and management so that they can make the best use of resources for their core missions. The system enables quick deployment, significantly reduces up-front IT infrastructure investment and helps organizations achieve unmatched flexibility and scalability.
Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics is available for deployment on-premise, in the HIPAA-certified Oracle Health Sciences Cloud, or in a hybrid model that leverages both deployment models to provide organizations with maximum flexibility.
Earlier this year, Oracle announced Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Health and Safety Incident Management and Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Reporting for Health and Safety Incident Management.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Health and Safety Incident Management and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne View Reporting for Health and Safety Incident Management handle incident reporting and notifications as well as tracking all aspects of actual and potential incident investigations. This integrated solution helps organizations avoid costly incidents in the workplace by managing the business processes associated with recording, tracking, reporting and analyzing a health and safety incident.
In February this year, MD Anderson, a center devoted exclusively to cancer patient care, research, education and prevention, had announced that it has chosen Oracle Health Sciences applications and Oracle technology as the foundation for an organization-wide analytics initiative designed to enable a new generation of personalized cancer treatment that improves outcomes. To achieve its goals, the center planned to deploy a wide range of Oracle solutions, including Oracle Enterprise Healthcare Analytics and Oracle Translational Research Center.
MD Anderson is also deploying Oracle Database and Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition.