Making DonorNet® more efficient

Making DonorNet® more efficient

DonorNet® enhancements have created transparency in communication and efficiency in the process by limiting organ offer acceptance to two per candidate, per organ type. These system features provide OPOs and transplant hospitals with a tool to manage and communicate organ offer acceptances in real time. Learn more about the project.

An eLearning module, Limit Organ Offer Acceptances by Organ Type, illustrates how OPOs use the 2018 DonorNet system enhancements to manage organ offer acceptances. It covers the requirements for limiting the number of organ offer acceptances per candidate, per organ type, and explains how OPOs must use the system to make the allocation process more efficient.

Limit Organ Offer Acceptances by Organ Type / Category: System (SYS) / Primary audience: OPO staff

SYS135 – Limit Organ Offer Acceptances by Organ Types was released in June 2018, and is available in UNOS Connect. This eLearning module illustrates how OPOs use DonorNet to manage organ offer acceptances. It covers the requirements for limiting the number of organ offer acceptances per candidate per organ type and how OPOs must use the system to make the allocation process more efficient. Take this module to see a case scenario that demonstrates the use of the organ offer acceptance details tool.

How can I access the module?

Log in to UNOS Connect. Locate the module titled “Limits to Organ Offer Acceptance” in the UNOS Connect course catalog UNet-System category (SYS135). Click the register button to access the course. This offering will take approximately 25 minutes to complete.

Continuing Education Information

 As a designated Approved Provider by ABTC, UNOS will grant 0.5 Category 1 Continuing Education Points for Transplant Certification (CEPTC) for completion of this module. You must complete the exit survey for the certificate will be available on your transcript.

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Originally published Dec. 5, 2019

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