Cancer Treatment Centers of America: Integrative Cancer Care

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) is collaborating with Allscripts and NantHealth in carrying out a practical tradition solution that enables eviti, a NantHealth medical consultation support solution, the right of use of clinical workflows in the Allscripts Sunrise Electrical Health Record. With the efficacy of this support solution, the Clinical Pathways program guarantees adequate cancer treatment progress with no interruption with the practitioner’s clinical workflow. The clinical operating system (NantOS) was developed with the participation of some oncologists throughout the nation and embraces an inclusive group of progressing cancer care data.

Clinical Pathways considers the patient and incorporates the most recent cancer research, therapy programs, and similar treatments into the Allscripts Sunrise Electrical Health Record, enhancing the oncologists’ capability to come up with a list of care procedures.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America is a countrywide network comprising of five hospitals that cater to adult patients who are suffering from cancer. CTCA provides an integrative tactic to provide care that combines improvements in gene testing and intensive cancer treatment, surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy, with evidence-informed supportive therapies considered to assist patients emotionally and physically by guaranteeing quality life while handling side effects that occur during and after treatments. Cancer Treatment Centers of America attends patients globally at its hospitals in Phoenix, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, and Tulsa. Cancer Treatment Centers of America provides general information about therapies choices to the patients and the caregivers and ensures they actively participate in therapy decisions.

Richard J. Stephenson, the founder of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, established the center after the death of his mother who had cancer. Richard felt the need to offer more treatment options since he was not contented with the therapies, which were provided, to his mother. In 1988, he initiated the first center, followed by others, which were established, between 2005 and 2012.