Cancer Treatment Centers of America continues to lead the way in creating effective programs with its recent unveiling of Clinical Pathways, its new comprehensive oncology treatment platform. Using this newly-developed, integrative plan of action, oncologists can create evidence-based treatment protocols for patients. The Clinical Pathways program aids oncologists by helping to inform the cancer treatment process. Cancer Treatment Centers of America has developed this program in collaboration with NantHealth, Allscripts, and with the input of hundreds of oncologists across the United States. Containing an extensive collection of evolving cancer treatment data, Clinical Pathways is a beneficial tool that can be seamlessly integrated into the medical workflow.

Based out of Boca Raton, Florida, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, CTCA is a nationwide network consisting of five hospitals. Specifically serving cancer patients in the United States, CTCA strives to provide an integrative and encompassing approach to cancer care. Integrative therapies are utilized to help the management of side effects and improve the quality of life for patients as they battle illness. CTCA uses conventional approaches in cancer treatment, such as radiation, chemotherapy, surgery and immunotherapy.

According to Wikipedia, Founded by Richard J. Stephenson in 1988, after his mother died battling cancer, CTCA has now grown to include five hospitals across the nation. The medical centers are located in Illinois, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Georgia. Cancer Treatment Centers of America aims to provide a personalized, patient-centered approach to care in all of its locations and across all of its procedures. And now, with the implementation of Clinical Pathways, providing care can be even more customized, efficient and successful.

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