The Eviti Solution

A report

from PR Newswire published on February 27, 2017 reports that Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), through the Clinical Pathways program, has teamed up with Allscripts and NantHealth to implement a new technical support solution. The solution is supposed to enable eviti, a NantHealth clinical support solution, access to critical documents in the Allscripts electronic health record (EHR). This solution helps to provide pertinent information for the process of cancer treatment while leaving the physician’s daily workflow uninterrupted.

Clinical Pathways ensures the best treatment options by providing the most sophisticated cancer research, therapies, and scheduled treatments into the Allscripts Sunrise EHR. It also calls for excellence around therapeutic care delivery, while holding the quality and efficiency of care to the highest standards.

CTCA, along with Allscripts and Nanthealth, has been planning the integration of the eviti solution since 2016. As a result, physicians now have access to a vast, unbiased, evidence-based medical library that provides the necessary knowledge to help improve the regimen selection and ordering process for chemotherapy patients and providers.

Cancer Treatment Centers of America Global, Inc. is a network of five hospitals, located in Boca Raton, Florida, which helps patients battle cancer. CTCA offers state-of-the-art cancer treatment options that include genomic testing, precision cancer treatment, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, radiation, and surgery. CTCA’s evidence-informed therapies are designed to help patients by managing their quality of life, and managing the side-effects from post-cancer treatments. Currently, CTCA serves patients at their hospitals in Phoenix, Chicago, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Tulsa.

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Good news Comes From the Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Just how good can one year be in the long run and within any given moment? A good way answer that question is to take a look a one story with three happy endings. The story in question starts with a man named Chris Piazzi, involves event 2017 Scholarship Golf Classic June 12 and ends with the Cancer Treatment Centers of America.

Chris Piazzi has a second life to live, due to the success of his double transplant involving a liver and kidney. The Chair of the College of Lake County Foundation Board and Mundelein Community Bank president lives on in health. Such a stroke of good luck and his personal good attitude concerning the procedure cannot go unnoticed by his colleagues and friends.

To this end, the CLC Foundation Board says that the 2017 Scholarship Golf Classic June 12 is in Piazzi’s honor. Perhaps his written statement is what moves them and makes the 2017 event a marked one. The statement itself conveys an understanding of someone who understands the different facets to life. It speaks of fragility and blessing of continuing on to serve others. It also expresses appreciation for the person who donated what was needed most to save his life.

The June event is partially sponsored by the CTCA (Cancer Treatment Centers of America). It puts hundreds of students in touch with multiple hundreds of thousands USD (United States Dollars) and does every year. The CTCA helps people in throughout the year just as well, but it does so in a more complex and medical manner. It is all about meeting and exceeding expectations.

What patients of the CTCA can expect is cutting-edge technology with an integrative and inclusive approach when it come to their treatment. Where these centers are concerned, it all starts with an evaluation that includes the option of a second opinion from an equally qualified facility. And, if treatment is need, the very best advances in oncology are available from day one, for the patient.

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