Cancer Treatment Centers of America Enters into Partnership with NantHealth & Allscripts
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) recently partnered with Allscripts and NantHealth in implementing a tailor-made solution which will for the first time make it possible for evit ( a NantHealth clinical decision support solution) access to clinical workflows in EHR( Allscrpt sunsrise Electronic Health Records ). The integration will eliminate interruptions in the cancer treatment process. The interface of the clinical operating system was designed and built through collaborative efforts of several oncologists all over the country. “Clinical pathways present various treatment options. It also makes it impossible for clinicians to perform their duties with uncertainty.
We strongly believe that this software will help in improving service delivery” said George D. who is the chief medical officer at CTCA. He said that together with several other doctors they have been able to create an ecosystem of treatment options tailor-made to the CTACA operating system.Clinical pathways provide ground for transparency within a therapeutic selection as well as care delivery. Besides, it also ensures the reduction in variability in care hence improving quality and efficiency. Clinical pathways also have the capacity quicken approvals from insurance service providers by availing only necessary clinical data to aid chosen cancer treatment techniques.CTCA has its headquarters in Florida.
The body is comprised of 5 hospitals which treat cancer patients all over the United States of America. The five hospitals follow an integrative approach towards cancer treatment. It uses traditional methods such as chemotherapy; immunotherapy and as surgery while at the same time providing integrative therapies to assist manage side effects.CTCA first had its offices in Schaumburg, Illinois but relocated to Boca Raton Florida in January 2015. It also rebranded to Cancer Treatment Centers of America Global, Inc. The umbrella body has done significant work when it comes to treatment of cancer patients in the US.