The Cancer Treatment Centers of America has made a partnership with Allscripts and NantHealth to create a platform that will help improve cancer treatments for patients. The platform will give oncologists the ability to use evidence to come up with a treatment plan that will work for each individual patient. Cancer Treatment Centers of America decided to collaborate with NantHealth and Allscripts to create a custom solution for cancer treatment. The collaboration will include the Allscripts clinical workflows and the NantHealth clinical support solution. The collaboration is called Clinical Pathways and will help the cancer treatment process. It will be customized that will cater to an individual patient. The interface that will be used is called NantOS. The NantOS has been created will the help of hundreds of oncologists that put their expertise into it.
According to Wikipedia, Clinical Pathways will show all treatment options for the patients. The platform will eliminate oncologists guessing about which treatment plans to use. The platform has been designed for the patient. They wanted to make it as personalized as possible. The platform uses the latest cancer research, the expertise of the oncologist, and the appropriate therapies and treatments. With Clinical Pathways, oncologists can compare treatment options, customize every treatment, get data and research in real-time, and acquire order entry on any computer. This collaboration should be beginning in 2016 and patients and healthcare providers will benefit from the platform.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America believes in not only treating cancer but treating the patient as well. The oncologists at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America commits their talent and their time to each patient.
Each patient will get a team that will work to tackle their cancer head-on and finds the best treatment. Cancer Treatment Centers of America are in Oklahoma, Arizona, Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Georgia.