Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s partnership with Allscripts and Nathealth is a step in the right direction towards treating cancer patients quickly and effectively. Clinical Pathways is the collaboration with Nathealth’s Clinical Operating system (NantOS) along with the Allscript Sunrise electronic Health Record (EHR).
NantOS was created with the input of countless oncologists throughout the United States, and is a database containing extensive ever changing cancer care data. Nathealth also provides eviti, which is a solution program that gives oncologists access to well researched treatment regimens. The Allscripts Sunrise EHR is a record of clinical workflows, aiding eviti in offering precise solutions.
Using Clinical Pathways oncologists with Cancer Treatment of America (CTCA) are able to provide patients with top of the line care. Clinical Pathways allows doctors to expedite treatment plans and pick the best for any given patient. Their five hospitals across the nation provide effective treatments such as surgery, immunotherapy, radiation, and chemotherapy.
CTCA works closely with patients and their families to ensure they are well informed, in control and entirely satisfied with the care that is provided. Their hospitals are well accredited, earning Full Standards Compliance from the Joint Commission, the Top Performer on Key Quality Measures, and three accreditations from the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers at four CTCA hospitals.
Cancer Treatment of America’s four centers also offer therapy for patients to help curb issues including side effects such as malnutrition, nausea, exhaustion, lymphedema, pain, and mental fatigue.
For more information about Cancer Treatment of America, visit their website at http://www.cancercenter.com/