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Keeping Up With CAR-T

CAR-T Adoption is Not Without Challenges

CAR-T (T-cells expressing Chimeric Antigen Receptors) therapy has displayed significant success in treating patients with otherwise incurable B-cell lymphomas. The field is rapidly expanding to include new disease indications and CAR designs. CAR-T adoption, however, is not without challenges. The industry needs to learn as quickly as possible about all aspects of CAR-T.

The Center for Blood and Marrow Transplant Research (CIBMTR) has expanded to capture CAR-T data for research purposes. Six new CAR-T forms have been created. In addition, six forms originally created for HCT have been modified to include CAR-T data. CIBMTR supports the electronic submission of 10 of these 12 forms (via its AGNIS interface).

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EHRs Can Be A Big Miss

For Transplant/Infusion Centers

Quite often the school of thought has been that an EHR is a one-size fits all, silver bullet that will reduce costs, reduce errors, and increase productivity. It’s supposed to deliver everything to everyone in one system – with no need for ancillary solutions.

In theory, this should be true. However, for specialty departments like cell therapy and solid organ transplant centers, the required specific details are either not available or easily accessible within the encounter-based EHR. It’s becoming more and more apparent that ancillary solutions, such as data and clinical workflow management systems tightly interfaced to the EHR, are required in order to fully support clinicians and program staff.

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