Matching organs. Saving lives.

Technology

UNet

Policy changes often require changes to our computer system. Find system notices that highlight exactly what changes you can expect to see.

TransNet

TransNetSM will automate the current way we package and label organs. UNOS began a voluntary national deployment of this application in March 2015.

Data collection

UNet collects data about transplant candidates, transplant recipients, living donors and deceased donors, follow-up and more.

TransNetSM

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Photo: Robert Seale Photography)

TransNetSM uses barcode scanning technology at the point of organ recovery to help label, package and track organs and other biologic materials being shipped for transplantation. Clinical coordinators can even use the technology in the ICU, before organ recovery, to label blood tubes. This service ensures that donated organs are matched correctly and efficiently with the identified recipient.

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Technology news

UNet Site Security Administrator Audit 2018

You should expect an email on March 26 containing a link to the audit form and you have until April 16 to submit it. You may now submit the form electronically.

Recently updated online help

See which UNet online help sections were recently updated. We based these updates on your frequently asked questions.

At a glance

114,541
people need a lifesaving organ transplant (total waiting list candidates). Of those, 74,706 people are active waiting list candidates. Totals as of today 7:56am EDT

17,934
transplants performed this year
Total Transplants January - June 2018 as of 07/16/2018

8,613
donors
Total Donors January - June 2018 as of 07/16/2018

National data

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Regional data

View the latest data about the status of U.S. organ donation and transplantation by UNOS region of center.

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State data

View the latest data about the status of U.S. organ donation and transplantation by state of center.

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Center data

View current and historical information accumulated about individual transplant centers.

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