The Cancer Treatment Centers of America was started in 1988. It has an individualized, patient-centered approach when it comes to cancer care and treatment where it has a variety of cancer treatments to suit the needs of each patient. The CTCA headquarters is in Boca Raton, Florida. It has five hospitals that are interconnected to offer treatments to cancer patients in the United States.
It has a team of experts in the cancer treatment segment that provide cancer care services such as genomic tumor evaluations, advanced technologies, and therapies that target cancer-related side effects like nausea, pain and depression.
CTCA Partnership with NantHealth And Allscripts
Cancer Treatment Centers of America collaborated with NantHealth and Allscripts to device a conventional technical solution that will enable eviti (a clinical decision support solution of NantHealth), to retrieve clinical workflows in the Allscripts Sunrise Electronic Health Record (EHR). The Clinical Pathways program will enable the cancer treatment process to continue without any interruptions to the oncologist’s clinical workflow when the integration of the eviti is unified.
The next interface of the NantOS (clinical operating system), was designed with the input of many oncologists in the state and has an extensive collection of developing cancer care information. According to George Daneker, Jr., the CTCA’s Chief Medical Officer at the Southern Regional Medical Center, the Clinical Pathways, a custom and comprehensive oncology treatment platform, offers a variety of proven options that helps to eliminate guesswork since it is frequently swamped with new oncology research and information. He also stated that they had designed a system of treatment preferences, tailored to the Cancer Treatment Centers of America degree of care for patients to choose from and review making it efficient and safe.
Clinical Pathways has incorporated advanced treatment procedures, modern cancer research available and corresponding therapies into the Allscripts Sunrise HER thus allowing oncologists to make a list of care procedures.
CTCA, NantHealth, and Allscripts started planning to launch the Clinical Pathways in early 2016. Clinical Pathways is now offered in all the five CTCA hospitals. The collective technology has proven to be a revolutionary of the cancer treatment and care sector.