Cancer is one of the most painful chronic diseases in the world today. Not anymore. Cancer Treatment Centers of America is changing this landscape through the integration of technical solutions that will allow oncologists to access personalized patients records thus creating evidence-based treatments for each patient. This is a relief for most patients as this modernized care is promising to offer at least some relief to them.
The new comprehensive cancer treatment program (Clinical Pathways Program) is a collaboration of some of the industry’s giant service providers including Allscripts and NanHealth. With a seamless integration of patient’s health records and inputs of dedicated oncologists from all over the country, the Clinical Pathways program seeks to improve cancer care by;
Eliminating the possibilities of guesswork
Supporting clinical data in all cancer centers
Customizing a cancer patient treatment to meet the specific health and disease state
Enabling computer entry without interfering with the physician’s workflow.
The Clinical Pathway Program has been designed with the patient’s care at the backend. This is important as it gives the oncologist the freedom to come up with a comprehensive list of care services that will offer relief to cancer patients.
About Cancer Treatment Centers of America®
As stated on webmd.com, The Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a network of five hospitals in American that is committed to serving adult cancer patients. Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, the not-for-profit organization uses a multivariate approach to treating cancer. Some of the common approaches include; chemotherapy, immunotherapy, surgery, and radiation.
In addition to the treatment of cancer, the Centers offer valuable information to the family members of their cancer patients. This is made possible readily available cancer experts who are readily available in these facilities.
Cancer is one of the most feared chronic diseases in the world, but the Cancer Treatment Centers of America is proof enough that this illness can be managed and cured. Thanks to their integrations and collaborations, there is at least some hope for the cancer patients.
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