How Cancer Treatment Centers of America is ExpandingApril 17, 2017 - Author: steph - No Comments
Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), has recently joined forces with Allcripts and Nanthealth, in an attempt to get access to a powerful technical solution that offers clinical support. This will enable Allscripts to quickly and easily access health records for Allscripts Sunrise. The technology was implemented flawlessly, and CTCA is now looking forward to watching the purpose of the technology come to fruition. This means that the daily clinical processes at CTCA will be unaffected while providing thousands of oncologists the data they need to review regarding various types of cancer treatment.
As stated in Wikipedia, this program, known as Clinical Pathways, is designed to make the work of oncologists not only a priority, but it helps oncologists make decisions regarding treatment. The data is helpful when seeking the best treatment options for all patients, regardless of the type of cancer. The new program is highly regarded by the Chief Medical Officer at CTCA, because it aids in eliminating guesswork. The goal of the medical community is to continually raise the bar when it comes to not only clinical research, but it will help physicians take a stronger stance in the care they feel is best for their patient with sound data to back it up.
CTCA is widely known for their commercials promoting their centers across America, and addressing the whole person rather than just treating cancer. Cancer Treatment Centers of America, CTCA takes the position that every case is unique just as the patient is unique. Personalized care has never been as important as it is today with the modern technology and care provided to all patients by knowledgeable cancer doctors.
The approach is guided by the complete effort of the patients and the doctors together, giving treatment a team approach and thus promoting a better outcome for the patients and their families.