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The 1st edition of Standards for Out-of-Hospital Transfusion Administration Services (OOHT Standards) details the latest standards for facilities that perform transfusion in out of hospital settings, including but not limited to long-term care facilities, hospice, infusion centers, or home care settings. The effective date of this edition is July 1, 2018.
Multi-user access is available for this product at a discounted rate. The 1st edition of OOHT Standards, effective July 1, 2018, details the latest standards for facilities that perform transfusion in out of hospital settings, including but not limited to long term care facilities, hospice, infusion centers, or home care settings.
The Standards Portal is also fully searchable by key word, chapter, or standard number, allowing users to navigate quickly to the most relevant standards to them at that time. Guidance is provided on how to implement a standard, why it was created, or why a change was made from this edition to the last. Any relevant documentation that would assist users in implementing the standard in question is provided.
New Benefits to Users
All links to outside websites and cross references to other standards in the portal are live and appear in popup windows to allow users to be able to see both the standard in question and the linked post. The full edition of the OOHT Standards (not including any guidance) is printable at any time to ensure that users can take the OOHT Standards on the go.
Any interim or emergent standards will appear seamlessly in the portal once effective and highlighted.
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Effective date: July 1, 2018
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