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Haemonetics Corp. has formed a deal to provide its new blood management business intelligence portal, IMPACT Online, to member hospitals of Consorta Inc., a health-care group purchasing organization (GPO).

IMPACT Online is designed to give hospitals a way to track their blood supply operations.

News of the Braintree-based company’s agreement coincides with its earnings report for first quarter of fiscal 2011, in which Haemonetics reported a six percent increase in GAAP net revenues, to $163 million.

Haemonetics (NYSE: HAE) also reported today that the retirement date of executive chairman of the board Brad Nutter has been set for Nov. 1. His retirement closes the company’s leadership succession plan, which included Nutter’s 2009 transition from president and CEO to executive chairman , with former chief operating officer Brian Concannon stepping in to fill the president and CEO roles.

 

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