BCA is a member-owned, non-profit cooperative comprised of over 35 independent blood centers geographically dispersed throughout the United States, providing more than 37% of the nation’s blood supply.
Each member is a non-profit blood center typically with multiple physical and mobile facilities, ranging from 100-700 employees, utilizing thousands of volunteers, and distributing $10 million to $150 million worth of biological materials to healthcare and life-science organizations in the United States and around the world.
78% of BCA members are BCA owners. Member-owners receive annual patronage dividends and have a voice in setting BCA’s direction through their participation on the Board of Directors.
BCA works to strengthen members’ operations through innovation and cooperation. BCA provides access to services around:
BCA members have determined that the BCA team can best assist their execution through centralized support of their sales efforts, networking and education, process optimization, and IRB support.
BCA members have determined that the BCA team can best assist their operations through centralized support of group purchasing, group contracting, information exchange from and to industry suppliers, and data services.
BCA members have determined that the BCA team can best assist their inventory management through centralized support of resource sharing, contractual support, and consulting.
As a co-op of members, BCA’s success is defined by its members' success. BCA’s strategy, programs, and execution are set, governed, and evaluated by its member-based Board of Directors.
We continually seek innovative and creative ways to support and interact with our members. If you have ideas about how BCA might improve its member services, contact Nina Salamon.