HTCs promote comprehensive care and prevent blood disorder complications to achieve goals set by the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Services are provided in line with National Hemophilia Foundation recommendations.
HTCs also coordinate care with dentists, genetic counselors, obstetrician/gynecologists, and primary care practitioners and they educate school personnel.
HTC care in the U.S. is organized into regions. Regional leadership provide fiscal and administrative oversight, grants management, capacity building, clinical education, technical assistance, evaluation, and liaison with related public and private health agencies at the local, state, and federal levels.