Cancer Treatment Centers Of America introduce New Computer Technology

Recently, Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) have announced an addition added to their NantHealth computer software. Clinical Pathways, featuring eviti is the latest in integrated health services for cancer patients. Clinical Pathways have been developed with a full library of over 2700 cancer treatment and varying degrees of treatment options for all types of cancer. Clinical Pathways is able to set a customized plan of treatment with different treatment options for each patient.

According to Wikipedia, Clinical Pathways have been developed from the latest in reviewed cancer literature, government agencies, and oncology associations and is maintained by a full time team of Oncologists, Oncology nurses, and a group of Oncology experts. The system takes the guess work out of treatment options and works with the Oncologist without interrupting the Doctor’s electronic patient care records. All of the research, treatment options, and proposed different levels of care are available instantly to the Oncologist.

The Clinical Pathways system is available for use with all five Cancer Treatment Centers of America. CTCA is based out of Boca Raton, Florida, and specializes in the treatment of adults with cancer. CTCA offers a “full” body approach when treating patients. CTCA will treat the body and mind simultaneously believing that the body will heal faster when all body systems are provided for.

This holistic way of treating patients has yielded a high success rate for both the staff and the patients. At CTCA, they treat each patient like the individual they are, tailoring treatments to the patient’s cancer. They will also monitor and treat the patient for any acquired side effects such as nausea, or dizziness.

To read more about Clinical Pathways and the customized approach that Cancer Treatment Centers take for each of their patients, please click the link to the original article here.

 

 

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