The partnership of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, NantHealth and Allscripts will continue for implementing a custom technical solution to help inform the cancer treatment process. This technical implementation will allow their Nanthealth clinical solution called, eviti, to get access to all clinical workflows that enabled the Allscripts Sunrise electronic health record in their system. This Clinical Pathways program will work seamlessly to help inform other technicians and physicians of cancer treatment processes without disrupting the physician’s workflow. The whole clinical operating system and interface was constructed with the professional input of hundreds of oncologists across the U.S. The direct interface also stores an impressive collection of data, mostly of evolving cancer information. This new collaboration between Cancer Treatment Centers of America and the other companies will help to combat the inevitable guesswork that accompanies clinicians when trying to figure out new oncology research along with the data. The Clinical Pathways program was basically designed with the patient in mind. The newest cancer research is available in real-time and a curated list is presented to oncologists to help prepare them for what is to come.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a national for-profit company based in Boca Raton, Florida. They have a network of five main hospitals dispersed throughout the United States that serve cancer patients. Cancer Treatment Centers of America use conventional and integrative means to treat cancer. Therapy is involved to help patients during cancer treatment so they can cope with the common side effects such as; pain, malnutrition, lymphedema, fatigue and anxiety.
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America came to be after the founder, Richard J. Stephenson was unsatisfied with the options for treatment after his mother had passed away from cancer. He opened the first hospital in 1988 at the Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion, IL.