Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) announced a unique partnership with NantHealth and Allscripts recently that will greatly increase patient’s knowledge of their cancer treatment and take the guesswork out of which clinical pathway to chose for the most effective treatment. Eviti is a program that NantHealth has been using that blends in seamlessly with Allscripts programming. In non computer speak, eviti works with the doctors existing clinical paperwork, providing clear clinical pathway options, customized for each individual patient.
Eviti takes into account many things related to the patient including: previous health history, current medical conditions, history of previous cancer care, and current health status. After completing the patient’s profile using eviti, the program will recommend several clinical pathways to treat the patient’s cancer. This program has been found to be helpful in cutting down on treatment time and offering quicker recovery time to the patient. Eviti has been programmed with the input of hundreds of Oncologists and is constantly updated with cutting edge treatment options and the latest in cancer research.
CTCA is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, with a total of five locations across the nation that specialize in the treatment of adult cancer. CTCA has a unique approach in the treatment of cancer, they treat the individual’s whole body including the patient’s mental health. CTCA believes that the patient benefits from whole body treatment, increasing healing time, decreasing the effects of cancer, chemotherapy, and radiation. CTCA offers standard after care for patients who are in remission. To read more about CTCA and their latest programs in cancer treatment, please click here.