Transplant professionals and UNOS staff worked on the enhancements at the NATCO 2018 Annual Meeting in August.
On September 25, 2018, we will improve the precision of donor hospital locations in the UNOS matching system.
Submit all forms by Oct. 18.
SRTR’s program-specific reports (PSRs) originally scheduled to be released in July 2018 are now available on the SRTR secure website.
The. new Data Services application is easier to use and offers more self-service options. We plan to launch the changes in a few weeks.
Lung transplant candidates diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension (PH) and who meet the following criteria may qualify for an increase in their Lung Allocation Score (LAS).
Threats from current catastrophic conditions allow for good timing in passing along OPTN information on disaster relief and assistance.
Learn what is expected of committee members and which committees have openings. Submit your recommendations by Oct. 19.
The new system, launched September 10, 2018, will be easier to upgrade and improve.
Review prompted improvements at Carolina Donor Services