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Preferred Patient Pathways: Expediting living donor candidates to enhance transplant volume and success

By Jennifer Jefferson

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Discover how improving patient flow can help transplant programs achieve two critical objectives: increase the number of organ transplants and ensure successful clinical outcomes.  The number of patients needing abdominal transplants far exceeds the number of available organs. Bringing more live donors into the system can help offset this shortage. Using fundamental patient flow and capacity management principles - most notably by creating preferred pathways for living donor patients - transplant centers have the opportunity to increase transplant volume, minimize the time to transplant, and improve recipient survival rates.


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