Cancer Treatment Centers of America Providing Better Healthcare for Cancer Patients

Cancer Treatment Centers of America in partnership with NantHealth and Allscripts are launching a customized program the Clinical Pathways which is a comprehensive and customized tool that will be used in the oncology treatment platform. The program will help oncologists to identify evidence-based treatment for patients. The Clinical Pathways program integrates the use of eviti® which is a clinical decision support solution tool that allows oncologists to assess treatment regimens across a variety of metrics.
According to George Daneker, Jr the managing director and chief medical officer at CTCA Southeastern Regional Medical Center the program allows for appropriate treatment alternatives and at the same time promotes the element of accuracy among the healthcare providers as the program provides new data and oncology research.
Clinical Pathways was designed with the patient in mind and integrate the latest cancer research treatment methods into the Allscripts Sunrise EHR.
The program is quite significant as it allows for transparency in the therapeutic selection and care delivery. The clinical pathway program is a program that will boost efficiency and raise the standards of treatment and care. . Clinical Pathways program has increased the level of confidence in patients as far as treatment is concerned.
The project at its inception by the three industry players CTCA,Allscripts and NantHealth was aimed at helping patients and health providers’ benefit from clinical capabilities of an integrated solution.
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) was established with the aim of providing cancer care and treatment to patients around America. CTCA consists of five hospitals which are all spread in different states in the US and is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida.
All the five hospitals follow a comprehensive approach to care and treatment. Moreover, the hospitals use conventional means of treatment in performing surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. The founder of CTCA is Richard J Stephenson.

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