Cancer Treatment Centers of America is implementing a solution that will enable eviti, a NantHealth support solution, to gain access to the workflows of the electronic health record of Allscripts Sunrise.
The new Clinical Pathways program will not interrupt the workflow of the physician while helping to inform the cancer treatment process. Hundreds of oncologists helped to build the interface and is a vast collection of cancer care data. Clinical Pathways offers all the treatment options needed and will eliminate any guesswork by clinicians.
Clinical pathways was created with the patient in mind and gives oncologists the ability to obtain a curated list of care protocols. This platform makes it possible to make comparisons between treatment options, customize treatment regimens support clinical data, and get real-time functionality. It also makes it possible to improve quality and efficiency.
The integration allows physicians to obtain information from a vast Medical Library which holds over 2,700 treatment regimens that cover all cancers and cancer subtypes. Once a regimen is decided upon, it is possible to launch into the order entry through Allscript’s interface to eviti regimens with the order sets of Sunrise.
The new technology has made it possible for stakeholders to have open communication, more efficiently from the prognosis to the treatment process. The platform will also help to advance the treatment of cancer in its patients greatly.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a network of five hospitals that serves adult patients suffering with cancer with radiation, surgery, immunotherapy, and chemotherapy. The therapies have been designed to help patients both physically as well as mentally by enhancing their lives while they deal with the side effects of their treatments. Cancer Treatment Centers of America have hospitals located in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Tulsa, Phoenix, and Chicago to help serve their patients and families.
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