Our hospitals provide comprehensive cancer care under one roof, enhanced quality of life and efficient processes, including decreased scheduling delays and wait times. This helps patients return to work sooner, stay at work with fewer interruptions, and increase productivity while at work.
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Employers want the best possible care for employees and dependents who are undergoing cancer treatment, just as patients want to return to "normal life" as quickly as possible. The Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) model coordinates the typically decentralized process of cancer care under one roof and applies principals of Lean thinking to streamline the overall patient experience.
Patients undergoing cancer treatment can suffer from symptoms that negatively impact their quality of life, causing increased absenteeism and often the election of short- or long-term disability. CTCA strives to enhance each patient’s quality of life during and after treatment to reduce the costs associated with lost employee productivity, which can be a burden for both patients and employers. CTCA further increases time at home and in the workplace for patients through decreased scheduling delays, wait times for treatment and internal errors. We also provide a multidisciplinary team of cancer experts who collaborate under one roof, eliminating the need for patients to travel to multiple locations for specialist visits.
Our commitment to provide high-quality, comprehensive patient care while ensuring the most efficient processes distinguishes CTCA from peer treatment facilities in measurable and tangible ways:
Our comprehensive care model and focus on quality of life and efficient processes helps patients return to work sooner, stay at work with fewer interruptions, and increase professional productivity.
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