Anti-Fraud Policy

Anti-Fraud Policy Statement

Known or suspected fraudulent activities involving The Community Blood Centers’ Exchange Risk Retention Group (BCx) should be reported to a member of the BCx Executive Committee or to the Executive Director (listed below).The Community Blood Center’s Exchange is 100% committed to the process of identifying and eliminating fraud. BCx will exercise its best efforts to

  1. Identify potential sources of fraudulent acts, both internal and external,
  2. Establish policies and procedures designed to reduce the occurrence of fraudulent acts,

Any reports made by individuals concerning actual or potential fraudulent acts arising from the operations of BCx will be confidential. The identity of the individual making such reports will not be disclosed except as required by law or by a court or regulatory body having jurisdiction over any investigation into the alleged fraudulent activity.

Known or suspected fraudulent activities involving The Community Blood Centers’ Exchange Risk Retention Group (BCx) should be reported to a member of the BCx Executive Committee or to the Executive Director (listed below).

Contact Information for Fraud Reporting

BCx Chair

John Hagins, The Community Blood Center, Inc. (Appleton)

Phone: 920-560-6626 jhagins@communityblood.org

BCx Vice Chair

Cheryl Ritter, LifeServe Blood Center

Phone: 515-309-4802 Cheryl.Ritter@lifeservebloodcenter.org

BCx Secretary

Marshall Cothran, We Are Blood

Phone: 512-206-1251 MCothran@tcms.com

BCx Treasurer

Eric Eaton, Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center

Phone: 713-791-6203 eeaton@giveblood.org

BCx Executive Director

Eric Blomfelt

5221 Cornerstone Drive Fort Collins CO 80528

Phone: 303-800-8177 eric.bloomfelt@protonmail.com