5 ways to increase organ donation and transplant

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Late 2020: Removal of DSA and region, changes to released organ allocation

Important COVID-19 updates and latest data


COVID-19 update: Sept. 17, 2020

Reminder about donor data collection for COVID-19 testing As of April 21, data collection elements have been added to DonorNet® to capture information regarding donor COVID-19 testing under the “Infectious Diseases” tab. OPOs can record whether testing was performed...


Summer 2020 public comment open Aug. 4 - Oct. 1, 2020.

Special public comment for proposed COVID-related lung diagnoses. Learn more here.


lifesaving organ transplants in 2020

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UNOS events

UNOS Primer (virtual)

Nov. 9-11, 2020


Transplant Management Forum

April 19-21, 2021 in Denver

Policy changes


Key takeaways for busy transplant professionals


Read case studies: UNOS enabling increased kidney utilization and an image sharing pilot project to enable efficient decision making.

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