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01Aug

Disaster Reliability via Merged Information Systems

In August, the CTS Tampa lab transitioned to the same laboratory information systems (LIS) as the Dallas and Phoenix labs. The ability to test healthcare partner samples at any one of the three labs is a critical element in creating the reliability the CTS healthcare partners desire so they can provide the blood that saves patients’ lives.

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CTS merges with the three Red Cross testing laboratories

CTS merges with the three Red Cross testing laboratories

CTS merges with the three Red Cross testing laboratories located in Charlotte, Portland and St. Loui...

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Source Plasma / Blood Donor Testing

Source Plasma / Blood Donor Testing

In 2016, CTS tested more source plasma samples (4.9 million) than blood donor samples (4.5 million).

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Assay Conversion

Assay Conversion

In July, the six viral marker assay conversion at CTS Dallas, Phoenix and Tampa laboratories was ach...

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Babesia

Babesia

In October, due to demand from existing healthcare partners, CTS began testing blood donors for anti...

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CTS Founded

CTS Founded

In January, CTS is incorporated as a non-profit organization owned by Vitalant and OneBlood (formerl...

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Research Consortium

CTS Research Consortium was established to further CTS’s leadership in infectious disease research....

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