Regional meetings

Summer 2021 public comment open Aug. 3 - Sept. 30

About regional meetings

Summer 2021 regional meetings to be virtual

In order to protect the safety of our community and their patients during the wave of Delta infections occurring right now, the OPTN has changed all regional meetings to virtual meetings. Please visit your region’s page for more information about your specific meeting.

Registration and additional meeting details available soon on your region’s webpage.

Watch recording for the Innovations at UNOS webinar that was held Thursday, Sept. 23.

Regional meetings are held twice each year during the winter and summer public comment periods. Regional meetings are an opportunity to influence policy proposals, prepare for upcoming changes, and hear perspectives from the transplant community about improvements to organ allocation.

For details about winter 2021 public comment visit the public comment webpage. New to the public comment process? Learn more here.

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Regions

Code of conduct for OPTN meetings and for UNOS meetings

Archives

Review presentations, summaries and other documents from past regional meetings:

UNOS update

Innovations at UNOS!

Join United Network for Organ Sharing for our Innovations at UNOS webinars.

Learn about the many ways UNOS and the transplant community are working together to improve and transform the national transplant system. This session identifies insights leading to further innovations, and pilot-testing concepts and ideas with high impact to saving lives.

Suite of data and research analytics

Sept. 23, 2021: Members learned about new innovations at UNOS, including the suite of data and research analytics developed to help the community make informed decisions, improve patient outcomes, and strengthen quality assurance and performance improvement initiatives.

Public comment educational resources and committee updates

Review OPTN updates, public comment presentations, committee updates and reports.

“It is important to be engaged in the transplant community. I have worked in the field for 24 years, and I am always learning new things and finding ways to incorporate best practices into our work. These meetings help me gain a better understanding of the needs and priorities of our colleagues in transplant.”

Felicia Wells-Williams, Legacy of Life Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii

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