You heard the word “Cancer” and you froze with fear. With contemporary Cancer Treatments of America (CTCA) you no longer need to fear like in the early days of cancer treatment. Modern technology with experienced oncologists and specialized technical support staffs make your experience with cancer less stressful for patients and families.
Today’s technology and specialized software programs make it possible for CTCA to provide consistent treatment for patients from all over the world. Cancer Treatment Centers of America are located in Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Tulsa and Phoenix. Each of these hospitals is accredited and rated highly for quality care and service. Thanks to extensive technological programs shared among all physicians, patients and families are able to learn about options for treatments suited for them. Patients and families are encouraged to participate in making decisions regarding treatments.
According to Wikipedia, comprehensive applications of CTCA’a Clinical Pathways program combine with Allscripts and NantHealth data and evita’s programs to collect and collaborate information, This makes the entire treatment process more open and available in real time. This essentially produces a “Connected Community of Health”.
Each person’s experience with cancer is different. These new partnerships make it much easier to connect data with patients, physicians, surgeons and oncology specialists. The purpose is to gain access to pertinent information quickly and to facilitate effective and more efficient treatments to help the diverse population of cancer patients.
The combined result is an integrated approach used by Cancer Treatment Centers of America. This includes familiar treatments like radiation, chemotherapy and surgery plus immunotherapy and multiple support therapies to help patients manage their specific side effects. All of this is provided at each of its hospitals. Integrated therapy addresses fatigue, pain, nausea, depression, malnutrition, lymphedema and anxiety. Overall, the goal is to improve care for all patients.