The Alliance National Critical Issues Forum is a biennial event which convenes current and emerging hospital system, transplant, OPO, and physician/surgical leaders to convene for a collaborative discussion, identifying strategies for increasing organ donation and transplantation.
November 16-17, 2020
The past year brought tremendous changes in donation and transplantation. The National Critical Issues Forum, “Destination Thinking,” examined strategies to craft plans for the future, to capitalize on changes in the field and to cultivate more effective partnerships among hospitals, OPOs and transplant programs – ultimately saving more lives.
Together, we examined high-performing organizations across the organ donation and transplantation continuum and the unique tactics that gave way to their success. Participants took part in collaborative Success Lab breakout sessions, brainstorming innovative solutions for key operational, financial and partnership-related issues. Following the success labs, specific issues were identified to guide on-going collaboration and work plans.
Recorded Sessions – 2020 National Critical Issues Forum
Utilizing Data to Improve Your Organization’s Performance
Leveraging What You Know to Generate Opportunities
Success Lab Findings
Innovations to Improve the Quality of Processes and Outcomes
Operational Capacity and Managing Risk Tolerance: Utilization and Performance
Going from Zero to 100: Creating Success with Meaningful Growth – Transplant Centers & OPOs