In 2011, the Belgian health authorities established the Belgian Quality in Transfusion (BeQuinT) committee to improve the quality of transfusion practice and hemovigilance in Belgian Hospitals. Following the international shift from a product-centred to a patient-centred focus, the scope of BeQuinT was enlarged in 2018 by supporting the implementation of Patient Blood Management (PBM) and measuring the results through indicators. During the 38th General Annual Meeting of the Belgian Hematology Society (BHS), anaesthesiologist Sarah Lessire (CHU UCL Namur, Namur) presented an overview of the past and future activities of BeQuinT.