Cancer Treatment Centers of America-Delivering the Best Care Possible

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The Cancer Treatment Centers of America is implementing a technical solution that will enable eviti to access clinical workflows in the Allscripts Sunrise electronic health record. The integration of Clinical Pathways will help to inform the cancer treatment process without disrupting the clinical workflow of the physician.

The new platform makes it possible to create custom treatment regimens for each patient, make comparisons between the different treatment options, and gain access to current guidelines, drug reactions, response rates, and toxicity. It also makes it possible to obtain real-time functionality, and order entry by computer which is both safe and efficient for the patient.

Clinical Pathways will help to eliminate any guesswork by clinicians and has been created with the patient’s needs in mind. Clinical Pathways uses the very latest cancer research, treatment options and therapies to give oncologists the ability to create a list of protocols in order to administer the best care possible.

Clinical Pathways makes it possible for patients and their clinical teams to compare and discuss various treatment options and can also speed up the approval from insurance providers substantially by providing the needed clinical data to support the treatment strategies tat have been decided on.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America is headquartered out of Boca Raton, Florida and is a national network comprised of five hospitals that serves adult patients battling cancer. Cancer Treatment Centers of America offers an approach to care that uses advancements in genomic testing and cancer care treatment, chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation that are designed to help patients both physically as well as emotionally. Cancer Treatment Centers of America has been rated to be among the highest rated U.S. hospitals that delivers the best care to its patients. Cancer Treatment Centers of America serves patients all over the world through their hospitals.

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