Preparing for Adult Heart Allocation Changes
May 16, 2018 01:30pm EDT
With the upcoming changes to the adult heart allocation system, many transplant hospitals are wondering what they can do to be prepared to transition their existing patients into the new allocation statuses in the system. UNOS Policy Analyst Kim Uccellini, and heart transplant coordinators Le Ann Stamos and Christine Brenner will discuss suggestions for transition plans.
Transplant professionals in Heart and Heart/Lung programs.
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☒ Policy Adult Heart Medical Urgency Statuses
Upon completion of this instructional offering, the learner will be able to:
* Enter data in WaitlistSM to reflect heart candidates’ new urgency status
* Verify heart candidate information is accurate within 24 hours of policy implementation
Please note: There is no cost to register. This event will be recorded and posted to UNOS Connect.
Date and Time
May 16, 2018, at 1:30 P.M. EDT
Please register for this event through UNOS Connect. You will need to search for the course title and then click Register on the right hand side of the page. After registration you will receive a confirmation e-mail. Once registered, make sure you have completed your entrance survey in UNOS Connect. This is where you will be able to submit questions you would like addressed during the webinar.
Continuing Education Information
As a designated Approved Provider by ABTC, UNOS will grant one Category 1 Continuing Education Points for Transplant Certification (CEPTC).
Once you complete the exit survey, your certificate will be available on your transcript.
Questions or Additional Information
Contact your regional administrator for questions about policy requirements
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Go to the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) and Transplant Pro websites for additional resources