Cancer Treatment Centers of America is leading the way with Allscripts and Nanthealth by changing the way that electronic health records are used. To provide better workflows, Cancer Treatment Centers of America will be using a clinical support system developed by Nanthealth called eviti. By using this system, eviti will analyze the Allscripts Sunrise electronic health record and develop a plan of action using the Clinical Pathways program. The program will offer the best options for treatment. This information can be shared with patients so that they can make educated decisions regarding their best treatment plan.
The Clinical Pathways program gives doctors information on recent research including complementary therapies and courses of action for treatment. By using the Clinical Pathways program Cancer Treatment Centers of America are empowering cancer patients to be more involved in their care. The workflow process will be more efficient and will cut costs since physicians will be provided with information instead of having to search for it themselves. The medical team will be able help expedite insurance claims by providing the clinical data to the insurance companies when necessary.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America have five state of the art facilities in the United States: Phoenix, Chicago, Tulsa, Atlanta and Philadelphia. Each center is staffed with highly trained medical professionals who are dedicated to the treatment of individuals. Cancer Treatment Centers of America offer common treatments such as chemotherapy and immunotherapy along with options for supportive therapies.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America have a diverse staff of highly trained specialists ranging from stem cell transplant doctors to family practice professionals. There is a wide range of support staff specializing in acupuncture, pain management and nutrition therapy. Beyond medical treatments, the Center offers a community support network to help patients and their families.
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