Patient Blood Management: Impact of Quality Data on Patient Outcomes
Patient blood management (PBM) has been proven to improve patient outcomes and save hospitals millions of dollars. Ensuring the quality of your data is central to decision making and critical to having a strong PBM program.
Would you like to learn how your organization can improve patient outcomes by implementing a PBM program based on accurate data?
If so, download this on-demand webinar with blood management expert Lance Trewhella. In this 30-minute presentation, Lance discusses how to develop a successful, evidence-based, multidisciplinary PBM program aimed at optimizing the care of patients who might need transfusion.
- Current recommendations for blood transfusion utilization
- The impact of quality data on PBM programs
- Best data practices in PBM
Lance Trewhella, RN, MSN
Lance Trewhella has a background in patient blood management and transfusion safety, having driven $30 million in cost savings and improvements in patient outcomes in organizations such as Accumen and Transfuse Solutions, Inc.
Previously he was the director of the AABB’s Patient Blood Management program, where he applied his clinical experience and expertise in the development, management, and coordination of the association’s patient blood management activities.
Lance received his bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Akron, Ohio, and his master’s degree in nursing informatics from Grand Canyon University, Ariz.