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On February 27, 2017, in Boca Raton, Florida, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, along with some other companies, worked together to implement a tech process that helps those involved in treatment better assist in the treatment of Cancer. Considering it offers seamless inclusion in the daily updates of a patient, this is a step in the right direction for oncologists and all healthcare workers who strive to help these patients handle their treatment process.
Named Clinical Pathways, it is a real-time solution for those people that serve the patients along with their pathway to treatment and healing. Tracking information that helps patients in their treatment process helps everyone involved. Liked by George Danekar Jr. MD, who is the Chief Medical Officer at the Regional Treatment Center, he stated that the project was created to offer an ecosystem for treatment choices that are customized for individual care of each patient. Each healthcare worker can set a list of treatment options for therapy. This helps the treatment be suited for the patient’s daily needs. Some days treatments work better for that individual. This provides a log reference for that. Here are just a few of the benefits of this program.
This type of assistance not only logs the treatment therapies used for the next treatment, but it also provides valuable information for future patients who display similar symptoms. It prevents harm to the patient when having treatments. This can save a patient’s life. Imagine a patient coming in and receiving too much of a drug for their therapy session. This system allows all of that to be prevented from happening, making the whole process safer for all.
The future of this type of technology is exciting. It makes the medical staff’s job simple and the treatments can become more effective as well. There are many more exciting developments to come.
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