Annual reports

Canadian Blood Services shared its latest annual report, Tomorrow Changes Today, to Canadians this month, structuring its reporting to highlight the three main pillars of its value proposition: patient outcomes, system performance and cost-efficiency.*

On Oct. 2, Canadian Blood Services presented its 2014–2015 annual report, How We Connect, to the provincial and territorial ministers of health. The report summarizes and reflects on the past year’s activities and outlines some of our greatest successes and challenges. Among the highlights is our focus on donor recruitment efforts, which were enhanced through new digital technologies and mobile communications. We also maintained high satisfaction ratings among major hospitals (98% satisfaction) and collected more than 850,000 units of whole blood, achieving 98 per cent of our target. In the

On Thursday, September 27th, Canadian Blood Services presented its 2011/2012 annual report, A Report to Canadians, to the Ministers of Health at their annual general meeting in Halifax, N.S. The report highlights achievements and initiatives that were launched to support our overall commitment to deliver quality health-care services safely and reliably. To this end, after reviewing the activities and highlights of the past year, the report was organized into six key priority areas: Focus on quality Productivity in perspective Finding the right match A vision of cooperation A framework for

October 03, 2013 (OTTAWA) - On Thursday, October 3rd, Canadian Blood Services presented its 2012/2013 annual report, A Report to Canadians, to the Ministers of Health at the Canadian Blood Services Annual General Meeting in Toronto, ON. The report illustrates the evolution of the blood system into one that is aligned with the overall aims of Canadian health care. By setting strategic priorities, refining our processes, developing new products and services and fostering innovation – Canadian Blood Services is aiming to improve health outcomes and contribute to a more effective, accessible and