Donor-ID WebÔ technology is web based supporting fixed and mobile collection sites from a central site PC server farm eliminating the need to distribute software and donor data to collection sites. Remote mobile collection sites are supported by deploying a PC web server.
Donor-ID WebÔ requires a front-end interface to the blood centers data management system (BCDMS) for the data listed below. Interfaces currently exist to SafeTraceT, BBCST, LifeTecT, and NBCS.
Donor eligibility by product
Historical donor comments - optional
Special Process Codes - optional
Drive Set-up allows the collection site staff to enter data important to the collection day including collection site, blood center staff, bag and supply lot numbers, equipment QC (see QC), and temporary staff passwords.
Donor Self-Check-In allows the donor to log in immediately upon arrival to the collection and enter the queue. A monitor feature included in this module allows the donor's progress to be tracked throughout their visit.
Identify Donor is used by the collection staff to enter donor data as configured by the blood center to access the donor record.
Donor Registration is used by the collection staff to enter or update donor demographic data as configured by the blood center.
Donor Eligibility allows the collection staff to select a donor and a procedure type for this donation and to verify that the donor is eligible.
Health History presents the questions, as configured by the blood center, to the collection staff to capture the donor responses, select deferrals and other items from the blood center configured reference tables, add staff comments, and determine donor suitability. If the donor elected one of the CASI (Computer Assisted Self-Interview) options, Health History reviews the donor responses and prompts the staff to do all follow-ups, as required.
CASI allows the donor to read and respond to the health history questions in privacy.
iCASI allows the donor to read and respond to the health history questions in privacy via the internet on the collection day prior to arrival at the collection site.
kCASI allows the donor to read and respond to the health history questions in privacy immediately upon arrival at the collection site.
Physical Exam captures all of the data and verifies that the data falls into acceptable ranges as configured by the blood center. All data is presented to the staff to determine the donor suitability.
Post Screening can be configured by the blood center to print the donor record form and other donor documents, to capture donor signature manually or electronically, and to enter additional data such as blood assurance.
Paperless Donor-ID WebÔ can be configured by the blood center to store forms and documents digitally.
Donor-ID WebÔ offers a back-end interface to the blood centers data management system (BCDMS) for all of the donor data.
History File is a data warehouse of all the donor data captured by Donor-ID WebÔ including collection staff and time/date stamps for every significant data element.
HEALTHCARE-ID IS COMMITTED TO CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT OF NEW FEATURES AND MODULES FOR COLLECTION SITE AUTOMATION
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