Johns Hopkins study validates SHG approach
A recent article pre-released for publication in Transfusion (Sept. 2014) clearly states that using MS-DRGs is the recommended way to benchmark blood management programs. The good news is Strategic Healthcare Group (SHG) has been using MS-DRGs to benchmark blood utilization for several years.
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Blood management is an evidence based process that is designed to promote the optimal use of blood and blood-related resources. The goal of blood management is to ensure each and every transfusion is appropriate. "We have to be sure we are giving the right dose of blood to the right patient at the right time, and make much smarter use of blood products."1, 2– Timothy Hannon, MD, MBA, President & Founder, Strategic Healthcare Group LLC1Boucher BA, Hannon TJ. Blood management: a primer for clinicians. Pharmacotherapy, 2007;27(10):1394-1411.2Hospitals seek to limit use of transfusions,” by Laura Landro.The Wall Street Journal October 29, 2008
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July 2, 2014
Bacterial contamination of platelet products is a serious risk of transfusion. As many as 1 in every 1000 units may be contaminated from the introduction of low concentrations of skin bacteria at the time of donation, less commonly from asymptomatic underlying infection at time of donation or rarely during processing.1 In the United States, transfusion-associated sepsis has been recognized and culture-confirmed in at least 1 of 100,000 recipients, and has led to immediate fatal outcome in 1 in 500,000 recipients.2 The actual risk of transfusion-associated sepsis is likely higher, as infections due to contaminated blood products are under-reported.2
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