Anemia Management Has Never Been Easier


"Preoperative anemia is common, affecting 25%-75% of patients with an increasing prevalence in the elderly. In addition to being the strongest predictor of perioperative transfusion, anemia is an independent risk factor for perioperative morbidity and mortality [...]. Furthermore, postoperative anemia is markedly common, occurring in up to 90% of patients following major surgery, but is often neglected as an inevitable consequence of perioperative care."1

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At MyBloodHealth® (MBH), we understand the challenge and critical importance of reducing unnecessary blood transfusions for anemia. That's why we have spent years developing a patented system-wide anemia management platform which helps hospitals and health systems of any size manage anemia in a simple, efficient, and cost-effective manner. So, hospitals no longer need to rely on manual processes and multiple data sources to meet the needs of their patients.

With MBH, you can reduce:

  • Number of blood transfusions needed
  • Patient length of stay (LOS)
  • Readmission rates
  • Operational costs
  • Inefficiencies across processes


1.Warner MA, Shore-Lesserson L, Shander A, Patel SY, Perelman SI, Guinn NR. Perioperative Anemia: Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management Throughout the Spectrum of Perioperative Care. Anesth Analg. 2020 May;130(5):1364-1380. doi: 10.1213/ANE.0000000000004727. PMID: 32167979.

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