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The Alliance Partners with SRTR for Annual Programs on Metrics and Performance Improvement


The Alliance, in an ongoing partnership with the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR), is launching a series of annual educational programs focusing on Metrics and Performance Improvement for both transplant centers and organ procurement organizations (OPOs).

Kicking off this week, the first program is a cost-free Conversation Series event scheduled for January 23, titled, “Using SRTR Data to Monitor Transplant Program Performance.” Led by esteemed SRTR presenters and staff, including SRTR Director Jon Snyder, PhD, this insightful, interactive session aims to provide valuable insight into leveraging SRTR data and tools to enhance transplant program performance.

Following closely on January 25 is an Advancement Series webinar on Transplant Quality, titled, “Performance Improvement: How to Handle MPSC Metrics for Transplant Programs.” This session will delve into tracking transplant centers’ MPSC readiness for both pre- and post-transplant outcomes, as well as offer tools to improve transplant center performance.

The educational journey continues on April 11 with a cost-free Conversation Series dedicated to OPO Quality. In partnership with SRTR, the program titled, “Using SRTR Data to Monitor OPO Program Performance” seeks to empower OPOs with the knowledge to optimize their performance using SRTR data and tools.

Concluding the Metrics and Performance Improvement line-up on April 25 is an Advancement Series program titled, “Performance Improvement: How to Utilize MPSC Metrics for OPO Programs.” This session will guide OPOs in leveraging MPSC metrics for sustained improvement and excellence. Registration will open soon.

“We are thankful to Dr. Snyder and the SRTR team for their shared commitment to advancing the field of donation and transplantation through these educational initiatives,” says Karri Hobson-Pape, Executive Director of The Alliance. “These annual programs aim to empower professionals with the knowledge and tools necessary to enhance performance and optimize donation and transplant outcomes.”

For more information and to register for these insightful programs, visit our Conversation Series and Advancement Series pages.

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