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Company Overview of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. owns and operates cancer care hospitals. It offers medical oncology, surgical oncology, radiation oncology, hematologic oncology, and neurosurgery services; nutrition therapy, pain management, naturopathic medicine, mind-body medicine, oncology rehabilitation, and spiritual support; care management, patient relations, culinary services, outpatient accommodations, transportation, and activities and classes services; acupuncture, chiropractic care, survivorship support, patient education, pharmacy, and HCAHPS comparison services; and interventional pulmonology, gastroenterology, and interventional radiology services. Cancer Treatment Centers of America...
5900 Broken Sound Parkway NorthWest
Boca Raton, FL 33487
Founded in 1988
Key Executives for Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Chief Medical Information Officer, Senior VP of Information Services and Naturopathic Physician
Interim Chief Financial Officer
Chief Hospital Ops Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. Key Developments
Cancer Treatment Centers of America® Partners with Allscripts and NantHealth to Launch Clinical Pathways
Feb 27 17
Cancer Treatment Centers of America in collaboration with NantHealth and Allscripts, is implementing a custom technical solution that, for the first time, enables eviti ®, a NantHealth clinical decision support solution, access to clinical workflows in the Allscripts Sunrise electronic health record (EHR). With seamless integration of this clinical decision support solution, the Clinical Pathways program helps inform the cancer treatment process, without interrupting the physician's clinical workflow. The direct interface of the clinical operating system (NantOS) was built with the input of hundreds of oncologists across the nation and holds a comprehensive collection of evolving cancer care data. Designed with the patient in mind, Clinical Pathways integrates the latest cancer research available, treatment regimens and complementary therapies into the Allscripts Sunrise EHR, giving oncologists the ability to create a curated list of care protocols at the point of care. When the treatment platform is engaged it provides: Custom treatment regimens specific to the patient, their health and specific disease state; Comparisons between treatment options, including average market cost of delivery; Computer order entry with the tap of the screen safe for the patient and efficient; Each treatment regimen recommended by eviti is mapped within the EHR to proprietary CTCA order sets that reflect an integrative approach to care delivery, which combines evidence-based clinical approaches with supportive therapies to meet each patient's unique needs and optimize their quality of life while undergoing cancer treatment; Access to referenced up-to-date guidelines, response rates, adverse drug reactions and toxicity; Supporting clinical data; Real-time functionality. With this integrated platform, patients and their clinical teams can discuss and compare treatment regimens, providing patients with greater confidence of the appropriateness of their prescribed treatment for their specific diagnosis. Clinical Pathways can also expedite approval from insurance providers by effectively providing the necessary clinical data to support selected treatment strategies. The integration of the eviti solution with Allscripts Sunrise EHR for Clinical Pathways allows physicians to retrieve information from an unbiased Evidence-Based Medical Library, which encompasses over 2,700 of the most appropriate, evidence-based treatment regimens covering all cancers and cancer subtypes and all modalities.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. Appoints Dennis L. Citrin to its Board of Directors
Jun 23 16
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. announced the newest member of its Board of Directors, Dennis L. Citrin, MB, PhD, medical oncologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Midwestern Regional Medical Center (Midwestern). He is also Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Rosalind Franklin University School of Medicine, and author of Knowledge is Power Dr. Citrin will lead Komen Chicago'sMedical Advisory Committee to guide the Board of Directors and Staff to maximize its grant-making efforts in Chicagoland to stress the importance of early detection, address cultural and educational barriers and provide quality care for all.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. Appoints Rajesh K. Garg as President and CEO, with Effect from June 20, 2016
Jun 14 16
Nearly eight months after its former president and CEO left to pursue other interests, Cancer Treatment Centers of America has named his successor. Effective June 20, 2016, Dr. Rajesh K. Garg will lead Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Inc. and serve as a member of the company's national board of directors. He succeeds Gerard van Grinsven, who resigned in October. Garg was previously a senior partner at health care group McKinsey & Company, a position he held since 1992. There, he guided health care companies through major changes.
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