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Action Agenda

Actions to strengthen the U.S. organ donation and transplant system

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Increasing efficiency

Making it easier for transplant hospitals to say yes to an organ

doctor in conversation with patient

Predictive analytics

Powerful support for organ offer decision-making

transplant recipient, Mubo Ojo

Living it forward

Read stories that honor and celebrate the gift of life

UNOS welcomes the new Board of Directors

For the first time in nearly 40 years, the UNOS board will be independent from the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) board. Learn more about the UNOS board

Register now for TMF 2024

Join us at the 32nd Annual UNOS Transplant Management Forum on May 7–9, 2024 at The Galt House Hotel in Louisville, KY. Register now

More lives saved in 2023

Thank you to all the donors whose selfless gifts made possible more than 46,000 lifesaving transplants

Ensuring the safe transportation of donated organs

Congressional action could allow organs transported via commercial flight to once again travel safely in a plane’s cabin

Honoring the gift of life

Donor mother and wife Donnetta Quarles-Reese and First Lady of Virginia Suzanne S. Youngkin were the honored speakers for the ceremony, marking the 20th anniversary of the National Donor Memorial

UNOS Travel App wins innovation award

The RVA Technology Council has recognized UNOS for app that enables quicker, more efficient way to coordinate the transportation of donor organs

Optimizing our nation’s transplant system to save more lives

Right now

103,918

people need an organ transplant*

2023 total

23,286
donors
January - December 2023 as of 02/01/2024

led to

46,630
transplants
January - December 2023 as of 02/01/2024

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