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As The Alliance, we do not wait for answers; we find them. Every day, we are rolling up our sleeves to create forums for sharing of expertise, exchanging new effective practices, and advancing our network of leaders.

Professional Partnership Benefits

2021 Professional Partnership Grid

2020 Impact Report

The Alliance 2020 Annual Impact Report

To learn more about the valuable programs and services that we provide, we encourage you to take a look at our 2020 Impact Report.

Corporate Partnership Benefits

2021 Corporate Partner Benefits

If you are interested in becoming a valued 2021 Alliance Corporate Partner, please take a look at our various levels of partnership and accompanying benefits.

Corporate Partners

The Organ Donation and Transplantation Alliance (The Alliance) is pleased to present our 2020 annual Corporate Partners. We are not a membership organization, and therefore rely on voluntary financial support from our donation, transplantation and corporate partners in order to develop, produce and maintain valuable programs and services for our life-saving professional community. We are incredibly grateful to our Corporate Partners who have extended their generous support over the years.

Together, through our collaborative power, we can ensure that more people than ever can enjoy a second chance at life.

Corporate Partner Advocate

2021 Advocate Corporate Partners

$10,000 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL
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Bridge to Life was founded with the mission of improving organ transplants through developing new preservation solutions and technologies to provide the highest quality of service to organ procurement organizations and transplant centers. As a leading supplier of preservation solutions worldwide, Bridge to Life focuses on innovation in organ preservation and machine perfusion. Through a strong focus on collaboration with surgeons and transplant professionals, Bridge to Life continues to explore emerging science and preservation technologies.

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Clinical Consulting Associates, Inc. provides professional, unique and flexible staffing solutions for organ procurement organizations, as well as import organ offer screening and processing for transplant programs across the United States. They are an experienced team of Certified Procurement Transplant Coordinators with clinical expertise in all aspects of the organ donation process.

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OmniLife is a mobile health information technology company that provides patient-centric software as a service to the organ failure care continuum.

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Organ Recovery Systems

Organ Recovery Systems is committed to designing and delivering exceptional clinical tools and services to preserve and protect donor organs. They support global transplant programs with their proprietary LifePort® Kidney Transporter, SPS-1® (UW solution) and KPS-1®, with several products in late-stage development. In addition to providing innovative preservation products, Organ Recovery Systems provides support to their clients via the LifePort mobile app, 24/7 Perfusion Helpline, in-person and virtual Instructor-Led Training, and a Client Community, where LifePort users can watch training videos and complete online courses.

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Paragonix Technologies markets organ transportation devices that safeguard organs during the journey between donor and recipient patients. Their devices incorporate clinically proven and medically trusted cold preservation techniques in a novel suspension system to provide unprecedented physical and thermal protection. Paragonix SherpaPak™ Cardiac, Pancreas and Kidney Transport Systems are the only commercially available FDA cleared and CE marked transport devices for transportation. Paragonix is also developing a transport/preservation device for the lung designed to improve donor organ quality and extending donor organ transport time.

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Corporate Partner Supporter

2021 Supporter Corporate Partners

$5,000 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL
Iiam

THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MEDICINE (IIAM) is at the forefront of providing non-transplantable organs to the medical research community for purposes of combatting and curing disease. IIAM has unprecedented collaborations in the U.S. to source livers and other organs for groundbreaking medical studies, therapeutic applications and pre-clinical investigations targeting a range of debilitating metabolic disorders. As a nonprofit with more than 30 years of experience in the field, IIAM is a known and trusted partner to both organ procurement organizations and research institutions worldwide. IIAM leads the way in educating the next generation of researchers so that every donor’s legacy leaves the world a healthier place. For more information, please visit www.iiam.org.

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Trinity Air Medical

Founded and created by experienced medical professionals, Trinity Air Medical is a door-to-door organ and team transportation solution for Organ Procurement Organizations and Transplant Centers. As a single-source solution, their vision is to provide the most reliable nationwide transport service so that OPOs and Transplant Centers can focus on their mission to maximize organ donation and transplantation.

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Corporate Partner Friend

2021 Friend Corporate Partners

$2,500 SPONSORSHIP LEVEL
Lifelogics 2019

LifeLogics is a specialty data management solutions provider to the organ and tissue recovery and processing community. Founded in 2006, the company was launched with the support of a consortium of organ procurement organizations (OPOs). Today, LifeLogics has more than one-third of the organ processing community in the United States as customers via its flagship product, TrueNorth™ – the industry’s premier organ and tissue donor information solution.

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Previous Year Corporate Partners

Advancing Each Other

We invite you to join as a 2021 Professional Partner. With your support, we will continue to advance our community to identify the emerging issues, to build the valuable resources, and to implement practices that advance our professional society.

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