Cancer Treatment Centers of America has partnered with Allscripts and NantHealth to launch a revolutionary Oncology Treatment Platform known as Clinical Pathways. This custom solution is the first of its kind and it makes it a lot easier for physicians to do their jobs.
NantOS, which is the direct interface of the clinical operating system, uses the input of hundreds of oncologists from across the nation to create a comprehensive collection of data directly related to the treatment of cancer.
According to George Daneker, Jr., MD, the Chief Medical Officer at CTCA at Southeastern Regional Medical Center, the Clinical Pathways data quickly shows doctors all appropriate treatment options for their patients. It also reduces the amount of guesswork that often goes into choosing the best treatment options.
Clinical Pathways was designed with the patient in mind. It easily integrates with the latest cancer research and provides custom treatment regimens that are specific to the patients individual needs. As a result the quality of care each patient receives is greatly improved.
About Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a national network that consists of five hospitals located in Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Tulsa. Each hospital serves adults who are currently battling various forms of cancer.
When it comes to treating cancer, Cancer Treatment Centers of America takes an integrative approach. They use a variety of different techniques including genomic testing, surgery, chemotherapy and radiation to ensure all patients can have the best possible quality of life.
To learn more about Cancer Treatment Centers of America and the services they provide visit them online at www.cancercenter.com.