Oracle Health Brings its Clinical, Data Management, and AI Technology to RegenMed Hub

Oracle announced that Oracle Health is the latest addition to the RegeneratOR’s Innovation Accelerator, located in the Regenerative Medicine Hub (RegenMed Hub), a rapidly growing regenerative medicine ecosystem based in the Innovation Quarter of Winston-Salem.

Oracle Health is committed to fostering a human-centric, global healthcare ecosystem by unifying data across an open, secure, cloud-based platform supported by applied AI-enabled clinical, payer, and enterprise applications.

With these solutions, healthcare organizations can help improve patient outcomes, optimize clinical expertise, and streamline operations, according to Oracle.

“Regenerative medicine holds tremendous promise in helping solve some of the most complex medical issues of our time and giving hope to patients dealing with organ failure and other related medical complications,” said Rebecca Laborde, vice president of clinical health innovation at Oracle. “We have the opportunity to come together as a healthcare ecosystem to shape the future of precision medicine and care delivery. That’s why we are here and why we are proud to extend our long collaboration with Wake Forest to bring our clinical, data management, and AI technology and expertise to this worthy and exciting field.”

The RegenMed Hub is the destination for regenerative medicine and is powered by WFIRM, Innovation Quarter and ReMDO. The RegendMed Hub offers companies, like Oracle Health, access to unparalleled resources to advance education, products, and manufacturing with the ultimate goal of improving patient care.

Joining the Innovation Accelerator to partner with the RegenMed Development Organization (ReMDO) and the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM), the driving forces behind the RegenMed Hub, Oracle Health will bring its decades of data management, clinical, and cloud expertise and technology to advance the field of regenerative medicine.

In addition, Oracle’s comprehensive AI portfolio, including its AI infrastructure and generative AI innovations, can support the RegenMed Hub in improving discovery and fostering increased safety and efficiency.

“Our continued partnership with Oracle Health continues to mean great things for the regenerative medicine environment in Winston-Salem, the region and beyond,” said Joshua Hunsberger, PhD, chief technology officer of ReMDO.

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