HemaTerra, a leading software provider to blood centers, plasma collectors, hospitals and medical facilities, announces that the National Blood Collaborative has secured national pricing on HemaTerra’s suite of supply chain management software for its alliance members. National pricing gives individual members more affordable access to enterprise software that integrates and manages activities across all departments – hospital order entry, inventory management, product quality control, equipment management and donor recruitment.
NBC members include the San Diego Blood Bank, LifeServe Blood Center, LifeSouth Community Blood Centers, Kentucky Blood Center, Community Blood Center of the Carolinas, Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center, and Stanford Blood Center. NBC collects, processes and distributes approximately one million blood components each year and serves hospitals in 35 states with licensure to expand. “NBC welcomes the opportunity to bring innovations to the alliance that will help our members deliver scale, service and savings to hospital partners,” said Wendy Trivisonno, President of the National Blood Collaborative. “Providing our members with important information, based on location, region, alliance and time zone, will be an immeasurable benefit in meeting their goals.”
HemaTerra’s integrated systems connect multi-departmental data for better management of operational areas, the entire supply chain, as well as an alliance of several organizations. Included in the NBC national pricing program is HemaControl – hospital order entry and inventory management; HemaComply – Quality Control; HemaComply – Equipment Manager; and HemaConnect – donor recruitment CRM; Native Mobile App in iOS and Android as well as HemaConnect’s VoIP Dialer. Recent advances include: rare donor and antigen-negative inventory, HemaConnect FrontDesk, pathogen reduction, reagent QC and testing, as well as donor conversion and mobile app tie-in.
“We are pleased to provide NBC with systems that will help its alliance execute their broad-scale network and fulfill the needs of their hospital partners around the country,” said Todd Collins, President and CEO of HemaTerra. “Underpinning the goals of NBC with integrated solutions and helping the alliance to manage a broad supply chain is something we look forward to.”