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GWUH licenses Mediware’s HCLL Transfusion Blood Management software

Mediware Information Systems : 11 April, 2008  (Application Story)
The George Washington University Hospital (GWUH) in Washington, DC, USA has licensed Mediware’s HCLL Transfusion Blood Management software.
GWUH is part of the nationally recognised George Washington University Medical Center and is known for clinical expertise in oncology, cardiovascular medicine and emergency care. The hospital is jointly owned and operated by the university and Universal Health Services (UHS), a leading healthcare management company.

HCLL Transfusion, Mediware’s next-generation transfusion management system, manages blood products administered to patients at hospitals and centralised transfusion service facilities. The rich clinical features of the product are used to address all phases of transfusion service activities for large hospitals with more complex blood management requirements.

“George Washington University Hospital is another example of the prestigious client base that Mediware is so proud of,” said John Damgaard, senior vice president and chief operating officer of Mediware. “Our customers perform complex clinical procedures and require powerful information systems to manage and track their outcomes. George Washington University Hospital will rely on HCLL’s comprehensive controls to efficiently manage, track and report all blood products to maximize the efficiency and safety of transfusions.”
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