Cancer Treatment Centers of America has now met a custom technical solution that they believe can help eliminate the guesswork from cancer treatment. This new custom solution will enhance the relationship between the patient and the doctor, but most importantly this is designed to encourage a complete and solid treatment plan that is targeted to the patient’s specific needs. Eviti, a technical support system from NantHealth and Allscripts is designed to help doctors and other medical professionals improve their clinical workflow and seamlessly assist them in helping the patient get the best treatment without the guesswork of which will work best.
Every patients response is different, but clinical data is now more helpful than ever and is easily accessible through this custom ecosystem that is data driven. The Allscripts Sunrise electronic health records will enhance the treatment and recovery while allowing the physician to keep up with their tasks and patients as they move from one case to the next. This new interface has been completed with oncologists from all around the world and the input they offer from their own experiences in their practice. The data collected and used in this system represents the work and research of oncologists, lending credence to an evidence-based approach to what works best and why.
Research in oncology changes on a regular basis, but using new data that comes from successful treatment plans means great things for the CTCA as they move forward with each new patient every day. Having an ecosystem with treatment options makes it easier for doctors to approach treatment plans positively and it will encourage patients as they accept their treatment plans and move forward with their doctors. Cancer Treatment Centers of America has a network of 5 hospitals just for cancer patients and their unique journey.