In September 2019, OmniLife received notice of award for a National Institutes of Health SBIR Phase II grant for $1.5M to expand on work completed in a previous pilot including clinical decision support. The study was IRB approved and supported by clinical experts throughout North America.
Every year, transplant centers wait for their SRTR data release to see how they’ve improved since last year and areas they need to improve in the future. This release is how centers are evaluated and may either encourage patients to be listed at that center or encourage them to go elsewhere.
Patients, coordinators, transplant teams, and outside organizations, transplant centers are in a constant funnel of communication.
Breakdowns in communication slow down the entire transplant process, frustrating transplant teams and keeping them from being able to fully focus.
President Donald Trump recently launched his ‘Advancing American Kidney Health’ Initiative.
Everyday, surgeons have to field hundreds of pieces of information while they work to save lives. The way the current transplant communication process works puts them at the center of the communication cluster, where they end up receiving redundant information, getting messages that should have...
Organ transplant communication needs to be fixed.
Is decision support supporting the problem? The short answer is “yes.”
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