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Workplace Partnership for Life
Hospital Campaign
Special-Focus Webinar
Engaging Rural and Small
Hospitals
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
Agenda
Welcome and Introductions
• Mary Ganikos, Division of Transplantation, HSB, HRSA
• Rita Maldonado, Division of Transplantation, HSB, HRSA
• Venus Walker, Division of Transplantation, HSB, HRSA
Profile: Rural and Small Hospitals
• George F. Bergstrom, Vice President, Member Relations, American
Hospital Association
Role of Rural and Small Hospitals in Increasing Donor
Awareness
• Spencer L. Grover, Vice President, Indiana Hospital Association
Team Presentation: Lifeline of Ohio/Southeastern Ohio
Regional Medical Center
• Lauren Fitting, Community Outreach/Partnership Coordinator, Lifeline of
Ohio; WPFL Leadership Team member
• Denise Phillips, Education Instructor, Southeastern Ohio Regional
Medical Center
Open Mic/Q&A
What is the Division of Transplantation?
An entity within HRSA’s Healthcare Systems Bureau
with oversight responsibility for:
• Organ Donation and Transplantation Program
• National Blood Stem Cell Transplant Program
DoT’s Organ Transplant Functions
• Provide support for and oversight of the U.S. transplant
system to promote evidenced-based organ allocation
policies and systems.
• Increase Organ Donation
• Grants
• Contracts
• Special Projects
Two Types of Organ Donors
• Deceased
− Can provide multiple organs
 Heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, pancreas,
intestines
• Living
− Provide one organ, usually kidney
Why Focus on Organ Donation and
Transplantation?
Organ transplantation saves lives
when no other option exists.
Just one deceased donor …
• Can save up to 8 lives (organs)
• And enhance more than 50 others (eyes and
tissues)
Good News
1988-2013
• 564,532 lives were saved by …
• 263,368 organ donors
2013 alone
• 28,954 lives were saved by …
• 14,256 donors
Sad News
2013
• 121,272 on waiting list 12/31/2013
• 14,256 donors
• 21/day waiting list deaths
• ~150 per week
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* Data from www.optn.org
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Donors**
Transplants
Waiting List
National Transplant Waiting List
February 24, 2015
Total: 123,187
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101,513 – Kidney
15,359 – Liver
1,075 – Pancreas
2,017 – Kidney/Pancreas
4,008 – Heart
1,637 – Lung
43
– Heart/Lung
241
– Intestine
HRSA Hospital Campaign – Overview
• Participants
• Purpose
– 11 National Partners
– Involve hospitals in working
with their local OPOs, DLAs,
– 16 representatives on
and eye and tissue banks to
Leadership Team
increase donor registration
– 58 of 58 OPOs
• Donor Registration Phases I-III
– 25 of 52 DLAs
– 327,815
– 157 of 247 Transplant
• Phase IV Goal
Centers
– 100,000 additional donor
– 1,213 of 4,471 Hospitals
registrations
– 26 of 52 State Hospital
• Phase IV Timeline
Associations
– August 2014 - April 30,
2015
Campaign Resources
• Enrollment form, guide, toolkit with
communications materials
• Scorecard for recording actions
– More than 40 suggested donor
registration activities to earn points
– Enrolled hospitals can earn
recognition for many activities
already being conducted
– Submit Scorecard by May 15
to be formally recognized by
HRSA and National Partners
• Toolkit badge
• Learning Series webinars
• Coaching
www.organdonor.gov/howhelp/hospitalcampaign.html
Social Media Messages and Graphics
• E-news list—request to join at: [email protected]
• Receive messages and graphics for social media posting:
− National Eye Donor Month – March
− Celebrate Spring – March 20
− National Donate Life Month – April
Profile: Rural and Small Hospitals
• George F. Bergstrom
− Vice President,
Member Relations,
American Hospital
Association
Role of Rural and Small Hospitals
in Increasing Donor Awareness
• Spencer L. Grover
− Vice President,
Indiana Hospital
Association
Team Presentation: Lifeline of Ohio/
Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical
Center
• Lauren Fitting
− Community
Outreach/Partnership
Coordinator, Lifeline of Ohio;
WPFL Leadership Team member
− Denise Phillips
− Education Instructor,
Southeastern Ohio Regional
Medical Center
Open Mic
Q&A
• Discussion and Q&A
• Ask questions
• Share Campaign updates
THANK YOU!
Join Us:
Hospital Campaign
Group Coaching Call
Thursday, March 12, 2015
2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
Hospital Campaign
Learning Series Webinar
Thursday, March 26, 2015
2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET
https://akoyaonline.adobeconnect.com/wpfl
webinars/

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