HemaComply – Lab Manager

Product QC

HemaComply–Lab Manager is a complete Quality Management System that enables users to build, track, and monitor QC Plans in real time. HemaComply–Lab Manager provides the critical tools for quality monitoring of even the most complex processes. It adds organization and structure to the QC process to save time and enhance quality management. HemaComply–Lab Manager reduces and eliminates the need for manual data entry by reading test results from several digital sources, such as hematology analyzers, scales, pH meters, and leukoreduction devices.

HemaComply–Lab Manager supports technologies and procedures, such as pathogen-reduced platelets, pooled platelets, cryo pools, and platelet qualification. Also supported are non-SPC plans, such as pathogen-reduced platelets for qualification and QC, platelet qualification, inside and outside cryo pools, and pooled platelet plans. HemaComply–Lab Manager supports quality management through organizational process and successful execution of procedures.

All HemaTerra systems integrate for a complete supply chain management and offer access on any device.

  • Data from hospital order entry, demand planning, current inventory, product quality control, equipment maintenance, and donor recruitment is brought into view for complete supply chain management.
  • Changes in one department can impact the needs of other departments.
  • Smartphone-friendly and native mobile apps provide access to critical information from any location or on any device.

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