Collaborative Innovation At Its Best
The U.S. National Institutes of Health has awarded Phase I and Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants to our public/private consortium to investigate the safety, efficacy, and commercial feasibility of a radio frequency identification (RFID) application in the blood product supply chain.
Our goal is to create a failsafe system for automatic identification, tracking, and status monitoring of blood and blood products through the entire supply chain — from the point of collection from the donor to the point of delivery to the patient. This system will reduce medical errors and enhance the safety, quality, and cost-effectiveness of patient-centered transfusion medicine care.
This site was established to keep the public apprised of our efforts.
Transfusion Medicine RFID Consortium to Present at AABB Annual Meeting & CTTXPO, October 9-12 in Baltimore, MD
SysLogic, Inc., BloodCenter of Wisconsin, and University of Wisconsin-Madison Awarded National Institutes of Health STTR Phase II Grant