New national liver and intestinal organ transplant system in effect Feb. 4, 2020

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UNOS news, system changes

Policy and programming changes associated with the “Clarifications on reporting maintenance dialysis” proposal will be implemented in the first quarter of 2020

The living donor adverse event form within the patient safety portal in UNet will look different. The changes will not affect any historical forms that UNet users may have submitted in the past.


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Key personnel to be displayed in OPTN Member Directory

Beginning Feb. 27, search results will display names of key personnel for OPOs, histocompatibility labs and all programs and components at each transplant center.


Headshot of Randall Fenderson

Introducing UNet℠ Image Sharing: A Q&A with Randall Fenderson

UNOS will begin a phased release of UNet Image Sharing in the spring. The first national donor imaging study sharing hub will subsequently be made available to ten OPOs each quarter.


UNOS news, system changes

System notice: Access for urgent liver candidates in Hawaii and Puerto Rico implemented Feb. 18

The variance will improve timely access to donors for liver candidates listed as Status 1A, Status 1B, or with a MELD or PELD score of 37 or higher in Hawaii and Puerto Rico.


UNOS news, system changes

UNet℠ API now available for retrieval of Waitlist℠ registration information

With the new API, users can now retrieve Waitlist registration information for their program without the need to log in to UNet, navigate to Waitlist and export the files manually.


Neelam Singh

Using data to save lives: Neelam Singh on UNOS business intelligence

“Everyone in the donation and transplant community will tell you that managing data through information technology is at the heart of the work. It’s how people save lives every day.”


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