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The TransNetSM application automates the organ packaging and labeling process and ensures that donated organs are matched correctly and efficiently with the identified recipient. All OPOs are required to use this application when packaging and labeling deceased donor organs, including VCA organs. You can access the Data Services Portal under UNetSM Resources to find TransNetSM usage rates, both by OPO and nationwide. We’ll update this information every month.

TransNet is now compatible with the new iPadOS and Android Pie operating system.

Read about recent changes to Extra Vessels policy and the impact it will have on your TransNet OPO account.

Find the latest information on software enhancements, required equipment, and educational resources below. If you have any questions send an email to UNOS Customer Service at

We plan to offer future feature updates in the TransNetSM Training environment before we go live. This will allow OPO users to see and test new features, and to provide feedback. If any OPO is interested in participating, please contact UNOS Customer Service at

To learn more about when and how to create a TransNetSM donor case and how to transfer a case, please check out our Learning Modular System: TransNetSM: Case Movement course. This course will also review the icons most commonly confused in TransNetSM.

Using TransNetSM has reduced our lead time for recovery preparation, as staff are able to efficiently print the labels as they are needed. We found the system to be a tremendous improvement in our overall system of packaging and labeling.

David Marshman, LifeNet Health

Software enhancements, required equipment, and educational resources

New mobile app features/enhancements

iPad users: TransNet is now compatible with the new iPadOS made available by Apple on September 24th.   

Samsung Galaxy 8” tab A (2017 model) users:  TransNet is now compatible with the new Android Pie operating system which was recently made available for download on this device. 

February 27, 2019: we released a new TransNet iOS and Android version

Mobile updates:

  • New icon to notify the user when audit logs have and have not been sent

Website updates:

  • Corrected discrepant check-in date/times displayed in organ match report
  • Organ match functionality on a mobile (phone or tablet) device
  • Organ check-in functionality for a living donor
  • Organ check-in report error message when accessing reports
  • Organ verification form in the View Donor Info report will only become available for a donor case, once the case has been closed and submitted. This form is for our OPO users only.

November 7, 2018: we released TransNet iOS version 5.8.1 to correct a defect in pulling infectious disease results into the application.

November 7, 2018: we released the mobile TransNet version 5.8.0, which includes the ability to package and label living donor organs and a new miscellaneous external identification label.

Additional details: 

When you create a case, you MUST select between a deceased or living donor.

  • a deceased donor case will function identically to prior versions.
  • a living donor case will pull donor information from TIEDI – Living donor feedback form.

Laterality validation for living donor cases only.

  • When a user selects Left Kidney, Right Kidney, Liver Split Left or Liver Split Right from the Procurement Plan screen, they will be required to enter a validators name and initials to continue.
  • This feature is important for living donor packaging and labeling because the OPO coordinators are not involved in the laterality determination during the initial work-up of the living donor.
  • No audit logs for this new feature.

Miscellaneous External Identification Label.

  • At the bottom of the Identification Labels screen, you will now see a new label.  This label is made up entirely of free text.
  • This label holds up to 27 characters per row and 6 rows max.
  • Any entered characters will persist in this new text entry box until the case is transferred or uploaded.
  • No new audit logs for this label.

Download this new version from the App and Play Stores at your earliest convenience.

October 2, 2018: we released the mobile TransNet Android version 5.7.2, which fixed the automated label verification form issue.

June 2018: we released the mobile TransNet version 5.7.1, which includes new warning messages and defect fixes.

Additional details:

  • If you try to deselect an item that was already scanned into a package, you will receive a warning message to make sure you intended to remove the label.
  • Label verification form fixes:
    • Box contents show as N/A when packaging and labeling is performed offline
  • You can now print up to 99 labels
  • Once you log out of the application, your password will no longer be present in the login screen
  • A fix is in place to keep the iPad and printer from randomly disconnecting.

Download this new version from the App Store at your earliest convenience.

March 21, 2018: we will release TransNet version 5.7.0 will be released to the iOS App Store and Android Play Stores. This new version allows OPO users to select from a list of items to be printed on a miscellaneous label. Download this new version at your earliest convenience.

January 11, 2018: we released version TransNet Android version 5.6.6. This version includes the daylight savings time defect fix. After downloading this new version, you will no longer need to manually adjust the DST Observed checkbox from the Donor Setup screen to accurately reflect standard time vs. daylight savings time.You can download this information from the Android Play Store.

November 27, 2017: we support the latest Apple Operating System (iOS version) 11.1.2. You should update your iPad at your convenience or any time after you have downloaded TransNet iOS version 5.6.1.

November 1, 2017: we released version 5.6, which allows a VCA organ to be packaged and labeled with TransNet.

July 25, 2017: we support the latest Apple Operating System (iOS version) 10.3.3. You should update your iPad at your convenience. We also support Android Lollipop 5.0, and Android Marshmallow 6.0.

We do not currently support  Nougat 7.0 or Oreo 8.0 but will inform you as soon as we do.

October 26, 2016: the new mobile app version allows any user with permissions for multiple facilities in UNet to have permissions for multiple facilities in TransNet. If you need additional permissions in TransNet, contact your system administrator.

July 25, 2016: Policy 16.6 requires  two individuals to verify that your OPO has packaged and labeled your shipped organs properly. You will now see a new label verification page in the TransNet mobile application.

From the label verification page, you will be able to enter the names of the two individuals who verified the packaging and labeling. Those names will then populate a document that’s accessible in the View Donor Info report on the TransNet website.

March 15, 2016: Based on your feedback, the TransNet team added the following features and enhancements to the mobile application:

  • A pop up when the donor hospital time zone and tablet’s time zone don’t align
  • Improved donor information validation
  • Ability to print kidney pump labels

Make sure you are using the most up-to-date versions by visiting the Play or App stores and checking for updates.

Required equipment: Android systems


  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8″ (2017 Model) – Recommended
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7″ (support ending 1/1/21)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4″ (support ending 1/1/20)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 (support ended 1/1/19)

Operating System:

  • Lollipop (support ending 1/1/21)
  • Marshmallow (support ending 1/1/20)
  • Nougat
  • Oreo
  • Pie


Required equipment: Apple systems


  • iPad Pro 12.9 3rd Generation
  • iPad 6th Generation (recommended)
  • iPad 5th Generation
  • iPad Air 2
  • iPad Air 1 (support ended 1/1/19)
  • iPad 4th Generation (support ended 9/1/18)

iPad Minis:

  • iPad Mini 2 (support ending 9/1/20)
  • iPad Mini 4
  • iPad Mini 5 (recommended)


  • iOS 10 (support ended 9/1/18)
  • iOS 11.x (support ending 1/1/20)
  • iOS 12.x
  • iOS 13 


Required browsers
  • IE 11
  • Chrome
  • Safari and Mobile Safari
Required printers
  • QLn320 Series Model E – Support ending September 1, 2019
  • QLn320 Series Model M – Support ending September 1, 2021
  • ZQ620 Standard Model, Bluetooth only (Recommended Printer)

To locate the printer model, find the PCC number on the base of your printer. The fifth to the last digit is your model letter either E or M.

Educational resources

Find these TransNet tutorials on UNOS Connect in the Course Catalog>UNet Systems category: TransNet: Step-by-Step Viewing this module will supplement the training you have already received at your organization and improve your basic understanding of how the application works.

TransNet Case Movement This course walks you through how to transfer a case from one tablet to another using Wifi and Bluetooth. It also shows you how to upload a completed case to the TransNet database.

Policy and System Notices: Read related policy notices

System notices 

Transplant center details

Transplant centers who are interested in serving as a tester for the TransNet technology may now enroll by sending an email to

The transplant center functionality includes:

  • Organ check-in
  • Organ match to intended recipient upon organ arrival

These functions will help your center comply with OPTN/UNOS policies 5.7 and 5.8.B. We currently have 23 centers testing TransNet with live organs.  OPOs have been required to use TransNet for packaging and labeling all deceased donor organs since June 1, 2017.

Watch this presentation for more information.

About TransNetSM

TransNetSM automates the current practice of packaging and labeling organs. Automating this process greatly reduces the chances of transcription errors or mistakes due to illegible handwriting and will help us ensure that donated organs are matched correctly and efficiently with the identified recipient.

Our center began using TransNetSM to ensure that all organs from the outside were being checked in appropriately. Rob and his colleagues were very helpful in guiding me through all of my questions. It is easy to use, reports are easy to find and I have told several of my friends at other centers they should use it.

Participating Transplant Center

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