UNOS recently received the results of a comprehensive assessment it commissioned as a part of its ongoing efforts to drive improvement and emphasize transparency.
Roadmap outlines how to create an independent OPTN Board in a move endorsed by Congress
Floor vote establishes a work group to review whether organs transported via commercial flight could once again travel safely in a plane’s cabin
Ahead of today’s U.S. Senate Committee on Finance hearing on the nation’s organ donation and transplant system, United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) reiterates its commitment to modernizing and reforming the nation’s organ donation and transplant system and working with Congress to achieve measurable results for patients.
The OPTN Board of Directors unanimously approved a new policy that will help more patients receive a lifesaving kidney transplant by getting the right organ to the right patient faster.
UNOS welcomes 19 new members to its 42-member Board of Directors, who will begin their term on July 1, 2023.