Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Partners with Allscripts and NantHealth to Launch Clinical Pathways, a Comprehensive and Custom Oncology Treatment Platform
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America recently accomplished a brand new addition to their company by partnering up with Allscrips and the Nanthealth to help create Clinical Pathways.
According to Wikipedia, Clinical Pathways is a brand new custom oncology and treatment platform meant to help patients and the physicians work together closely and efficiently. It’s the perfect system to use because it helps present all the appropriate treatment options for a certain patient. If there’s anything that they need to know about a patient and what they need or don’t need, it’s all explained in the system to help the physician find the right treatment. This can help patients review each treatment and find whats safe and efficient for them specifically.
As stated in this article, it was designed with the patient in mind. It integrates the cancer research available and locates therapies and even treatment regimens available. When the platform is working it does things like create custom regimens specific to the patient and their current state of health with the disease, compare treatment options and even the cost of execution, provide clinical data, and even gain access to the updated guidelines regarding what the patient may need the most.
The Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a national network of five different hospitals to provide care and service to adults dealing with cancer. They offer an integrated approach to combine genomic testing, precision cancer treatment, chemotherapy, radiation, and immunotherapy, among other services. They are among the best in the nation because of how well they find and locate new ways to help adults dealing with cancer. This new technology they created, Clinical Pathways, is the best thing that they have ever created to provide real results for patients.
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