Cancer Treatment Centers of America-Introducing Clinical Pathways

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) is implementing a new technical solution. Nanthealth is enabling eviti, which is a support solution for clinical decisions. This support solution will allow access to clinical workflows in the Allscript electronic health record. The Clinical Pathways program is intended to inform the cancer treatment process. Clinical Pathways provides all treatment options that are available. The Clinical Pathways system was designed to keep patients first in mind; therefore, the system incorporates the latest cancer research that is available. The system provides information such as: custom treatment plans, comparisons, computer entries, treatment maps, access to guidelines, clinical data, and functionality. The Clinical Pathways system focuses on therapeutic selections and care delivery, with the intentions of improving quality. Not only does it speed up the process with treatment options, but the system can also accelerate the approval process with insurance providers. With this system, patients and their teams have the opportunity to discuss and compare available treatment options. With the incorporation of the eviti system, physicians are now able to gather information from an Evidence-Based Medical Library. With all of the technology, physicians are now able to provide better care from prognosis all the way to diagnosis.

The Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) is located in Boca Raton, Florida. CTCA is a network of five different hospitals. The center provides service to adults who are fighting cancer. The center provides services such as: cancer treatment, surgery, radiation, immunotherapy, and chemotherapy.

CTCA provides care to patients all over the United States. It is one of the hospitals that is continually rated for delivering the highest quality of care. In conclusion, the center provides patients and their families with information about treatment options and encourages their participation in treatments.