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Connectivity in transfusion medicine: Challenges, benefits, and goals.

Transfusion medicine requires meticulous record keeping from the time a blood donation is made to the time a patient receives a transfusion. As such, blood collection establishments and processing laboratories generate large amounts of data. This data must be managed, analyzed, and visualized appropriately to ensure safety of the blood supply. Today, the use of information technology (IT) solutions for data management in transfusion medicine varies widely between institutions. In this report, blood center professionals describe how they currently use IT solutions to improve their blood processing methods, the challenges they have, and how they envision IT solutions improving transfusion medicine in the future.

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