With several locations throughout America, The Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) is currently one of the largest cancer treatment centers avaliable. Established in 1988, the CTCA has since grown to operate 5 hospital facilities in established metropolitan areas.
CTCA uses the most advanced technology and state of the art equipment to help their patients. Their services range from chemotherapy, physical therapy, immunotherapy, surgery and much more.
According to WebMD, recently CTCA has partnered with NantHealth and AllScrpits to further boost technical solutions. For the first time ever, Eviti systems will be allowed for CTCA patients. The system will allow oncologists to recommend the proper treatment for their patient. Combined together, these seperate systems create a massive one of a kind cancer database and treatment option known as Clinical Pathways to professionals.
The new system will work to relieve minor disruptions of the clinical work flow. The program also helps inform the patient treatment processes.
The Clinical Pathways program integrates the latest cancer treatments avaliable, patient information and treatment regimens into the Allscripts program. Together the systems work interchangeably to create a flawless approach to cancer treatments.
Clinical Pathways also helps expedite insurance approval for new and existing clients. A non biased evidence-based medical guideline and information center is avaliable for oncologists 24 hours a day. A medical library containing over 2,700 treatment regimens covering all cancer types and cancer subtypes.
The CTCA has incorporated the use of Clinical Pathways in all 5 of their facilities. The program aims to successfully and effectively treat patients with the most precise treatment avaliable. Capable of determining treatment cost, duration of the treatment and of host of othet services, the Clinical Pathways assist in bridging the gap between payor, patients amd medical professionals.