- Dashboards and reports
- Data collection forms
- Data definition updates
- Data efficiency: APIs
- Policy monitoring reports: a look at the data
- Data insights In focus
Organ allocation calculators
There are a number of mathematical formulas used in organ allocation. Allocation calculators are important tools that transplant professionals and patients use to determine various scores that influence a candidate’s priority on the waiting list and likelihood of receiving a transplant.
Find toolkits containing policy information, checklists, guidance, reports, and much more by organ type or topic:
Member resources guide
Links to policies, bylaws, toolkits and other resources. Includes an introductory fundamentals section.
Education for professionals and patients
UNOS provides educational resources that support our members and help patients, family members, friends, potential donors and medical professionals understand organ donation and transplantation.
Research and data analytics
Understand. Compare. Improve.Access research and data analytics to improve performance and increase transplant:
Collaborative research: SimUNetSM
For donation and transplant professionals who want to increase transplant, SimUNet simulations offer a way to experiment with how different ways of displaying information (and how different types of information) can affect decision making.
Learn about TransNetSM, find upcoming TransNetSM training sessions, order organ labels and learn more about organ packaging, labeling and transport.
Living and paired organ donation
Learn more about living donation, including living donor requirements, informed consent and frequently asked questions.
Find resources to improve patient safety, such as precautions to prevent disease transmission, guidance for blood subtyping, information about vessels transplantation and tools for best practices, such as templates, corrective action plans and more.
White papers are available for informational purposes and to stimulate discussion around the complexities of medical/bioethics with donor organ shortages.
Information about professional training events, regional meetings and public comment, celebration, awareness, and educational events. Find information on OPTN Board of Directors and committee meetings on OPTN website.