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DonorConnect, InVita Healthcare Technologies, and Specialist Direct Team Up to Automate Diagnostic Test Reporting for Organ Donation

Tuesday, July 02, 2024

DonorConnect, InVita Healthcare Technologies (InVita), and Specialist Direct are pleased to announce a revolutionary interoperability solution for organ evaluation.

This new system eliminates the manual retrieval and transcription of biopsy results for Organ Procurement Organizations (OPOs) by providing real-time, secure delivery of results and source file attachments directly into InVita’s iTransplant® System, a leading electronic donor management platform.

“At DonorConnect, we are excited to work with InVita Healthcare Technologies and Specialist Direct on this innovative solution for organ evaluation."

“This collaboration will improve the efficiency and accuracy of delivering organ biopsy information to transplant decision-makers, ultimately increasing the number of lives saved through transplantation.

They are eager to see the positive impact this solution will have on those waiting for life-saving transplants, as it underscores our commitment to excellence in organ, tissue, and eye donation.”

By integrating kidney and liver biopsy results directly into DonorConnect's iTransplant System with automated notifications, this solution enhances the organ allocation and recovery process.

It ensures transplant centers receive immediate and reliable information essential for organ evaluation and acceptance.

“At InVita, we strive to provide cutting-edge technological innovations that enhance the donation process and ensure patient safety for transplant programs nationwide."

“They are proud to launch this new interface with forward-thinking OPO partners like DonorConnect to streamline the critical organ evaluation process.”

Specialist Direct's SDI Cloud transplant technology enables the seamless sharing of diagnostic results with OPOs and transplant hospitals, further optimizing the organ recovery process.

“Delighted to partner with industry leaders InVita and DonorConnect on this essential iTransplant integration initiative.

Starting with telepathology results, this interface will greatly improve operational efficiencies for the transplant ecosystem in both speed and accuracy."

“With over 100,000 patients on the nation’s transplant waitlist, every donation opportunity is vital."

“This collaboration demonstrates our unwavering commitment to working with our exceptional community of OPO partners to deliver innovative, first-of-its-kind products and interoperability that support this crucial lifesaving mission.”





Source: prnewswire.com

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