This is one post as a part of a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: A Writer's Perspective For Healthcare Topics, all by the same writer, Janelle Behr, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths with the same keyword target: patient blood management.
This particular post is what you can expect in terms of depth of content and quality at the 250+ word tier for the medical or healthcare industry—a brief post to explain an issue or a short list.
By Janelle Behr
Decades ago, the storage and transfusion of blood was cutting edge technology. Now, reducing the number of transfusions is cutting edge technology.
Leaders in medical care, such as Johns Hopkins, Duke University Medical Center, Columbia Medical Center, and Mount Sinai Beth Israel have been using formal blood management programs for years. What's behind the turnaround? How can your hospital benefit from patient blood management (PBM) techniques?