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OmniLife Health partners with some of the leading institutions across the country to develop innovative solutions for transplant professionals.

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Advent Health
Ann & Robert Lurie
Children’s Atlanta
CUMC
Loma Linda
Maryland
Miami U Health
Minnesota
Mount Sinai Hospital
Seattle Children’s
Stanford Medicine
UCSF
Unity Point
UVA Health
Wisconsin Medical College
 
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Featured Study

Mobile Application for Communication Increases the Efficiency of Organ Procurement and Transplantation

Donor organ recovery is a complex process involving organ procurement organizations and multiple surgical teams from various transplant centers. Nearly 30% of discarded organs are wasted due to reasons related to improper coordination and communication.

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Publications and posters

OmniLife Health is proud to publish and present research to help advance the use of technology in organ transplantation and complex care environments.

25
poster presentations
10
podium presentations
3M
NIH research grant funding
2
abstracts published
1
manuscript published
3
manuscripts under peer review
Research TitleAuthorsAbstractPoster presentationsPodium presentationsPublication
Mobile application for communication increases the efficiency of organ procurement and transplantation1. Pahl, Eric
2. Emery, Robert
3. Noce, Michael
4. Conrad, Suzanne
5. Patterson, Nicole
6. Timm, Brynn
ABSTRACT Mobile application for communication increases the efficiency of organ procurement and transplantationPOSTER Mobile application for communication increases the efficiency of organ procurement and transplantation
2016 Informatics Showcase
- 2017 UNOS TMF
- 2017 AOPO
- 2018 AOPO
- 2018 UNOS TMF
- 2019 ATC *
- 2019 ASTS
- 2019 AST *
- 2020.03 AST P#42
- 2020.06 ATC P#5064
- 2016 ODRC
- 2017 NATCO
- 2017 AOPO
- 2017 DMIG
- 2017 Informatics Symposium
- 2018 NATCO
PAPER Mobile application for communication increases the efficiency of organ procurement and transplantation

Published: Progress in Transplantation
Quality of Life and Productivity of Transplant Professionals is Improved Using a Mobile Application for Communication during Organ Procurement and
Transplantation
1. Pahl, Eric
2. Emery, Robert
3. Noce, Michael
4. Conrad, Suzanne
5. Patterson, Nicole
6. Timm, Brynn
Published: Clinical Surgery Journal
Predicting deceased donor kidney transplant outcomes1. Pahl, Eric
2. Street, W. Nick
3. Johnson, Hans
4. Reed, Alan
ABSTRACT RF is better than KDRI for predicting kidney outcomes- 2016 Informatics Showcase
- 2016 Latinx Competition
- 2017 Informatics Showcase
- 2018 UNOS TMF
- 2018 NATCO
- 2018 AOPO
- 2018 MMA
- 2019 ASTS
- 2019 NKF
- 2017 DMIG
- 2017 Informatics Symposium
- 2017 NATCO
- 2018 TTS *
- 2019 HIMSS Global
Information technology platform for expanded comprehensive end-stage renal disease care1. Pahl, Eric
2. Hippen, Ben
ABSTRACT Expanded ESCO- 2019 KidneyXPRESENTATION Expanded ESCO proposal
- 2019 CMMI
Implementing machine learning prediction into real-time mobile health delivery in organ transplant1. Pahl, Eric- 2019 NATCO
- 2019 HIMSS Iowa
- 2020.06 ATC
A randomized clinical trial of real-time decision support during the evaluation of abdominal organ offers1. Pahl, Eric
2. Emery, Robert
ABSTRACT RCT CDS2020.03.05 POSTER A randomized clinical trial of real-time decision support during the evaluation of abdominal organ offers

- 2020.03 AST P#43
Custom procurement surgeon profiles provide a basis of trust for increased collaboration1. Pahl, EricABSTRACT ASIN Procurement Surgeon Profiles
Optimizing waitlist times for transplant candidates with algorithmically personalized recommendations from inverse classification1. Pahl, EricABSTRACT Optimize WL with Inverse Classification- 2020.03 AST P#41
Reducing kidney waitlist times with shared data among dialysis, nephrology, and transplant providers1. Pahl, EricABSTRACT Reducing WL with shared data among ESRD care providers2020.03.05 POSTER Reducing kidney waitlist times with shared data among dialysis, nephrology, and transplant providers

- 2020.03 AST P#39
Report of organ offers linked with instant messaging data provides a basis for quality improvement1. Pahl, EricABSTRACT ROO with text data provides QI2020.03.05 POSTER Report of organ offers linked with instant messaging data provides a basis for quality improvement

- 2020.03 AST P#40
- 2020.06 ATC P#5074

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