How Cancer Treatment Centers of America is Making Use of Clinical Pathways

NantHealth and Allscripts have recently collaborated together, joining the former healthcare organization’s eviti with the latter’s Allscripts Sunrise EHR (electronic health record). eviti helps doctors make decisions regarding diagnoses, treatments, recommendations, and prescriptions, nearly eliminating human error in dealing cancer. Allscripts Sunrise EHR keeps track of an evidence-based medical library designed specifically around the field of oncology, featuring thousands of oncologic journal articles, rulings on behalf of oncology boards, and government bureaus. It’s also maintained by some of the United States’ leading oncologists and related nurses, helping regulate the validity and helpfulness of such information.

The juxtaposition of these two healthcare programs was named Clinical Pathways, combining the vast amount of knowledge about practicing oncology with seamless clinic workflows, allowing doctors to work with fewer interruptions, not to mention more objective treatments that don’t vary wildly from patient to patient. Clinical Pathways effectively deals with more than 2,700 particular types and subsets of cancer, pieces together with NantHealth’s leading medical operating system, NantOS.

Doctors at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America are the world’s first to deal with such an effective system, tossing away potential guesswork on behalf of medical professionals. Regimens are tailored to individual patients’ health conditions, with the system offering on-screen comparison of treatments to choose from, and their benefits and disadvantages.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America is based in Boca Raton, Florida, with five hospitals located across the United States: Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Tulsa, allowing cancer patients from virtually everywhere to seek the quality help they so very deserve.

Mr. Richard Stephenson founded the healthcare network after his own mother died of an incurable, untreatable form of cancer. CTCA strives to improve treatment, just like with Clinical Pathways, each and every day. The hospital network operates under Full Standards Compliance with the Joint Commission, also hosting approval from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.