Transplant center news
The reports will help transplant administrators better understand their patient population, listing practices, and transplant activity and compare it to others in their region and throughout the U.S.
Phase I of the pilot stage of COIIN (Collaborative Innovation and Improvement Network) will begin in January 2017.
Webinar recording available to help you improve post-transplant communication of new donor information
View a webinar recording to familiarize yourself with the changes and to learn about effective practices.
Most prior living donors receive transplants quickly, so don’t delay taking this important step.
The new series covers topics specific to transplant clinical coordinators, including job responsibilities, waitlist management and how to retain staff.
UNOS has selected Nineteen transplant hospitals to participate in the initial pilot phase of COIIN (the Collaborative Innovation and Improvement Network), a three-year project intended to increase kidney utilization and study new methods of quality monitoring.