HemaTerra, a leading software provider for blood, plasma, and biologics, is pleased to support Blood Centers of America and BCA members with lower costs and greater access to integrated software for lab management and equipment maintenance. BCA, the nation’s largest blood supply network, collaborated with HemaTerra to establish national pricing for HemaComply–Lab and HemaComply–Equipment Manager. BCA members in every state will receive discounted pricing on systems that will help advance their services to their communities and reduce the cost of their operations.
BCA members include over 50 independent community blood centers and source plasma collection centers which together provide nearly 40 percent of the nation’s blood supply. “Helping our members expand their services and cost savings will enhance their ability to meet the needs of their communities,” said Bill Block, President and CEO of BCA. “Providing our members with a viable option for tools to help them do more and manage operations efficiently without increasing costs will only strengthen our national network.”
All HemaTerra systems integrate with each other to provide organizations with a broad view of their supply chain. Data from hospital order entry, demand planning, current inventory, product quality control, equipment maintenance, drive management, staffing, and donor recruitment is brought into view for complete supply chain management. Barriers in information are removed so the changes of one department can impact the needs of other departments.
“HemaTerra is proud to support BCA members with a national pricing advantage and software that makes managing operations easier,” said Todd Collins, President and CEO of HemaTerra. “I look forward to partnering in their progress and seeing the benefits on a national scale.”