Share vital data. Faster. More securely.
Death notification registration (DNR) reporting
Create or update a DNR record in UNet without leaving your system.
TIEDI: Deceased donor registration (DDR)
Seamlessly submit the DDR and associated DCD forms. Keep track of your expected forms.
Donor record upload
Send a donor file directly into DonorNet.
Synchronize donor attachments between DonorNet and other systems.
Donor hospital list
Quickly pull a list of the donor hospitals associated with your OPO.
Transplant program and histocompatibility lab APIs
Calculators (CPRA, MELD and PELD)
Easily calculate organ allocation clinical scores. No need to build or maintain calculation tools.
Submit forms seamlessly. Keep track of your expected forms.
- TRF: Transplant recipient follow-up
- IMF: Transplant immunosuppression follow-up
- TRR: Transplant recipient registration
- IMR: Transplant immunosuppression registration
- TCR: Transplant candidate registration
- LDR: Living donor registration
- LDF: Living donor follow-up
Save time. Save lives.
What’s an API?
Application program interfaces, or APIs, allow user-friendly interactions between computer applications that weren’t originally designed to share information.
Donation and transplant professionals can provide more lifesaving organs to more patients in need when critical data flows efficiently between applications. UNOS engineers build UNet APIs to increase the efficient, secure exchange of data between OPOs, transplant hospitals and histocompatibility centers. These APIs can be integrated into technology systems developed by member institutions and their technology providers to improve interactions between members and UNet.