Organ Management System
Database application is fully functional and currently running online for national healthcare sectors. The Organ Management Module includes the entire process of transplantation at national level. National registries collect data on recipients and donors, allowing for fair and quick matching. Following the surgery, there is a follow up system notification system to monitor recipients/donors in the months and years following the transplant. Organs for transplantation include the kidneys, pancreas, liver, heart, lungs and bowel.
Living donors are individuals who donate one of their organs or a part of an organ while they are still alive. This can include kidney donation, liver donation, lung donation, and pancreas donation. Living donors can donate to a family member, friend, or even a stranger who is in need of an organ transplant. This can be conducted using the Matching Run algorithm (to ensure they are a match) and through direct transfer to the recipient in the application.
Deceased donors are individuals who have passed away and have donated their organs for transplantation. After a person passes away, their organs can be recovered and used to save the lives of others. Deceased donors can donate multiple organs, including the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, pancreas, and small intestine. The Matching Run algorithm allocates and offers the organ(s) of the donor to recipients on the National Waiting List.
The application system generates auto notifications for recipients needing follow up, for example 3 months and 1 year after transplantation. The module allows for transfers to different Follow Up centers and re-registrations to Waiting List after rejection. Live donors Follow Up is also available.