Cancer Treatment Centers of America has entered an innovative partnership with Allscripts and NantHealth, which will see the three partners execute a custom technical solution. This technical support solution allows eviti, a cutting-edge NantHealth clinical solution, to acquire information on clinical workflows on the electronic health record of Allscripts Sunrise. The Clinical Pathways program offers information about the cancer treatment procedure, without necessarily interfering with the doctor’s clinical workflow. Hundreds of oncologists based in the U.S. participated in the designing of the clinical operating system’s interface. The system harbors an all-inclusive collection of growing cancer care data.
As stated in the article, “Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Partners with Allscripts and NantHealth to Launch Clinical Pathways, a Comprehensive and Custom Oncology Treatment Platform,” Clinical Pathways avails all correct treatment alternatives. CMO of CTCA, George Daneker, said that the Clinical Pathways assists in the elimination of possible guesswork by physicians. The program incorporates new cancer research, treatment procedures, and alternative therapies into electronic health record (EHR) Allscripts Sunrise.
Benefits of the treatment platform
• Personalized treatment procedures that address the individual needs of patients, their health, as well as definite disease state
• Supported clinical data
• Easy access to reliable information on adverse drug rates, response rates, and toxicity
• Instantaneous functionality
What is Cancer Treatment Centers of America?
The Florida-based Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) is a renowned national, for-profit partnership of five hospitals, which serve cancer patients across the U.S. CTCA approaches cancer treatment in an integrative manner that entails utilization of conventional techniques, such as chemotherapy, immunotherapy, radiation, and surgery, to manage cancer. Additionally, these hospitals provide integrative therapies to minimize side effects, including nausea, malnutrition, anxiety, lymphedema, fatigue, depression, and depression.
After cancer had claimed the life of his mother, Mr. Richard J Stephenson became more focused on finding an effective treatment for the life-threatening disease. He oversaw the launch of the first CTCA hospital back in 1988. Four other health care centers opened their doors from 2005 to 2012.