The first part of this article will explore the partners of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). As of February 27, 2017, the (CTCA) is in partnership with two other companies Allscripts and NantHealth. The purpose for this partnership is to execute a traditional technical solution that, enables something called eviti ®.
Eviti ® is a clinical decision platform of support which lets oncologists to assess and see quickly, treatment of level of evidence, cost and outcome. Eviti is made up of three applications: eviti Connect ®, eviti Advisor Enterprise, and eviti Advisor. Together these support cancer care which is advanced by aligning the jobs of payors, patients, and physicians at the time of clinical prescribing.
Allscripts leads in healthcare informative technology solutions which move up results that are operational, clinical, and financial. There innovative solutions link places, data, as well as people across a connected and open Community of Health™.
NantHealth, Inc., is a member is an evidence-based, next-generation, personalized healthcare company which enables patient outcomes that are improved and more effective treatment dicisions for illnesses that are important. For almost ten years, NantHealth created an adaptive learning system called CLINICS. The program is made up of modern hardware, middleware, and software systems which analyzes, indexes, interprets, and collects many kinds of data points like operational ones that rearranges their tools overtime.
The CTCA’s headquarters are in Boca Raton Florida. It is a network of five hospitals which serves patients with cancer over America. The hospital was created after the founder Richard J. Stephenson’s mother passed away.
Some of the approaches used are surgery and radiation. The five hospitals are located in Illinois, Oklahoma, Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania. The first hospital opened was in Illinois. The four others opened between the years of 2005 and 2012.