New Release: HemaControl 1.5 Blood Ordering System Connects Donor Recruitment

HemaTerra, the leading software provider for blood, plasma, and biologics, announces the latest release of HemaControl, the only blood ordering system to connect donor recruitment. HemaControl 1.5 gives blood centers, hospitals, and other organizations greater control over blood ordering and management with advanced Features: and a unique integration with donor recruitment. At every point in the order process, blood product needs guide donor recruitment efforts and shift as needs change. HemaControl is the only blood ordering system to close gaps in supply by providing information for actionable donor recruitment.

HemaControl makes it easy to submit and manage orders, track deliveries, pick up samples, and coordinate returns. While paperless, the system provides a virtual trail of reports, digital signatures, and timestamps to ensure complete documentation. Orders enter, advance and track through the process. Intuitive design and filtered views make even the most complex orders manageable. A responsive design makes information accessible to all teams on any device. HemaControl has the most Features: available, but it’s the ability to target donor recruitment efforts on current product needs that customers appreciate most.

“Blood centers and hospitals, challenged to do more with less, have welcomed HemaControl,” said Todd Collins, President and CEO of HemaTerra Technologies. “HemaControl makes it easy for blood centers and hospital to order and manage products. It removes the barriers to recruitment to help meet their needs at the right time and at the point of a donation. Gaps that occur in their supply can then signal telerecruitment, campaigns, donor conversions, mobile messages, and other recruitment activities. Only with this important connection can the right product at the right time be ensured.”

HemaControl is the only blood ordering system that closes the gaps in supply by providing information for actionable donor recruitment. Anything less isn’t truly supporting the needs of blood centers and hospitals.