Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) announced that it would be implementing a technical solution to its patients three months ago. The solution is a combined venture between Allscripts, NantHealth, and CTCA. The product connects the electronic health record from Allscripts with eviti. This is a decision support service from NantHealth. The operating system is known as NantOS. It was developed in collaboration with oncologists around the country. The integration of the two programs will allow physicians to work uninterruptedly and this will improve the treatment process.
The Clinical Pathways program will offer a comparison between treatments and recommend tailored regimens according to the state of the patient. All of the prescribed treatments will then be mapped to the health record system so that physicians can refer to it later. The program will allow physicians to come up with appropriate treatments since they will have access to comprehensive data. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a network of hospitals that serve cancer patients. It was started in 1988. Its headquarters is in Boca Raton, Florida. The Cancer Center has served patients for more than three decades. It has helped to treat the disease using advanced technology.
Some of the conventional approaches that they employ include immunotherapy, radiation, surgery, and chemotherapy. Its hospitals are located in various locations around the US including Georgia, Arizona, Illinois, and Oklahoma. CTCA offers individualized plans to each patient because the disease affects everyone in a different way. Some of the cancer diseases that they have expertise in treating include ovarian cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, and pancreatic cancer.
The Cancer Center uses an integrative approach. They offer treatment in a manner that improves the well-being of the patient. This is why they offer supportive therapies that aid a patient in combating the side-effects of cancer. CTCA is accredited by the Joint Commission. It has received five-star ratings from its patients.
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