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American Red Cross completes BloodHub rollout

In December 2018, the American Red Cross completed its implementation of BloodHub across all regions and hospitals. In addition to product orders, returns and transfers, users are now able to request Reference Lab services and genomic testing, track patient samples and much more – all in a paperless, real-time environment that can digitize every hospital […]

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The BloodHub Team Grows By One

Numbers are meaningless without the right people. We are pleased to announce that Melissa Kuhn has joined our team!

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How BloodHub Logged 4,000,000 Orders (by sweating the details)

In addition to 600+ hospitals that will start using BloodHub soon, existing clients discover new ways to leverage BloodHub to lower costs, improve efficiencies, and save lives.

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BloodHub Gets a New Look!

BloodHub’s UI was much loved: we got a lot of compliments on it. It was easy to learn and use for just about everyone. We were hesitant to make a big change. Or as one of our users asked, “Guys, why mess with success?”

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BloodHub User Meeting Exceeds Expectations

As most of our customers know, BloodHub’s mission is to create a better way for blood centers and hospitals to collaborate and save lives.

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BloodHub to Exhibit at AABB 2016 in Orlando

We are pleased to announce BloodHub will exhibit at the AABB Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL.

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One Million Orders! (and counting…)

For those of you who know us well, we’re not big on tooting our own horn.

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Uptime and Speed: Do You Feel the Difference?

BloodHub is engineered from the ground up to deliver a great user experience.

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Go Lean with Paperless Services

When we founded BloodHub back in 2010, our “big picture” vision was to bridge the gap between Blood Suppliers and Hospitals.

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