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Background and Objectives The Blood Stocks Management Scheme (BSMS) has been established as a joint venture between the National Blood Service (NBS) in England and North Wales and participating hospitals to monitor the blood supply chain.
Materials and Methods Stock and wastage data are submitted to a web‐based data‐management system, facilitating continuous and complete red cell data collection and ‘real time’ data extraction.
Results The data‐management system enables peer review of performance in respect of stock holding levels and red cell wastage.
Conclusions The BSMS has developed an innovative web‐based data‐management system that enables data collection and benchmarking of practice, which should drive changes in stock management practice, therefore optimizing the use of donated blood.

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Background and Objectives The Blood Stocks Management Scheme (BSMS) has been established as a joint venture between the National Blood Service (NBS) in England and North Wales and participating hospitals to monitor the blood supply chain.
Materials and Methods Stock and wastage data are submitted to a web‐based data‐management system, facilitating continuous and complete red cell data collection and ‘real time’ data extraction.
Results The data‐management system enables peer review of performance in respect of stock holding levels and red cell wastage.
Conclusions The BSMS has developed an innovative web‐based data‐management system that enables data collection and benchmarking of practice, which should drive changes in stock management practice, therefore optimizing the use of donated blood.

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Background and Objectives The Blood Stocks Management Scheme (BSMS) has been established as a joint venture between the National Blood Service (NBS) in England and North Wales and participating hospitals to monitor the blood supply chain.
Materials and Methods Stock and wastage data are submitted to a web‐based data‐management system, facilitating continuous and complete red cell data collection and ‘real time’ data extraction.
Results The data‐management system enables peer review of performance in respect of stock holding levels and red cell wastage.
Conclusions The BSMS has developed an innovative web‐based data‐management system that enables data collection and benchmarking of practice, which should drive changes in stock management practice, therefore optimizing the use of donated blood.

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Abstract
Background and Objectives The Blood Stocks Management Scheme (BSMS) has been established as a joint venture between the National Blood Service (NBS) in England and North Wales and participating hospitals to monitor the blood supply chain.
Materials and Methods Stock and wastage data are submitted to a web‐based data‐management system, facilitating continuous and complete red cell data collection and ‘real time’ data extraction.
Results The data‐management system enables peer review of performance in respect of stock holding levels and red cell wastage.
Conclusions The BSMS has developed an innovative web‐based data‐management system that enables data collection and benchmarking of practice, which should drive changes in stock management practice, therefore optimizing the use of donated blood.

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Abstract
Background and Objectives The Blood Stocks Management Scheme (BSMS) has been established as a joint venture between the National Blood Service (NBS) in England and North Wales and participating hospitals to monitor the blood supply chain.
Materials and Methods Stock and wastage data are submitted to a web‐based data‐management system, facilitating continuous and complete red cell data collection and ‘real time’ data extraction.
Results The data‐management system enables peer review of performance in respect of stock holding levels and red cell wastage.
Conclusions The BSMS has developed an innovative web‐based data‐management system that enables data collection and benchmarking of practice, which should drive changes in stock management practice, therefore optimizing the use of donated blood.