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Organ Transplant Solutions: Advancing Care in the Digital Age

How Digitization is Empowering the Organ Donation and Transplant Sector to Save More Lives

Organ transplantation is the removal of tissues or an entire organ from a site on a body and implanting it in another site, either on the same individual or a different one, so as to replace a damaged or absent tissues or organs. The first successful organ transplant was performed in 1954 when Dr. Joseph Murray transplanted a kidney from one twin to another at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Since then, given the technological advances in the healthcare industry, organ transplantation has become a standard medical practice with the potential to preserve many patient lives. But although transplantation is a life-saving procedure, the demand for donor organs far exceeds the supply, leading to long waiting times and sometimes life-threatening conditions for the recipient patients. And here is where automation and digitization can play a crucial role - in helping to shorten wait times and to lengthen patient lives.

A Timeline of Organ Transplantion

The history of organ transplantation dates back to the B.C's, with the earliest recorded attempts being xeno-transplants of the heart and kidney from animals to humans. These were obviously unsuccessful, and after that the concept of organ transplantation remained largely unknown until the 19th century, when scientists began experimenting with skin grafts, and successfully transplanted skin from one person to another. This breakthrough led to further research into organ transplantation, and the eventual paving of the way for the development of surgical techniques to transplant organs.

The following decades continued the research into animal-human transplantation. But, this idea was slowly abandoned due to high rates of rejection and the risk of infectious disease transmission. Then in the mid-20th century, advances in immunology and the development of immuno-suppressive drugs made it possible for successful human-to-human organ transplants, with reduced chances of organ rejection. And finally in 1954, Dr. Joseph Murray performed the first successful transplant, bringing about a revolution in transplantation procedures. Over time, due to the significant shortage of organs available for transplantation, standardized organ donation programs were started. The use of living donors for organs transplants of kidneys and liver also grew.

A red medical box with a red cross on it, containing organs for transplant.

Problems Plaguing the Industry

Digital transformation in healthcare is booming all around the world, and the organ transplant field must also be forthcoming in digitizing their processes. Not just for the sake of it, but because it provides a host of value to all involved. But, there are a number of challenges to be addressed when it comes to streamlining the process of organ donation and transplantation, including finding suitable donors, risks of organ rejection, damaged or discarded organs, long wait times, costs associated with the procedure, transparency in dealings, ethical and legal considerations, etc. But the prime factor that ought to be addressed in a time-sensitive manner is the reduction in the time taken from organ reception to allocation and transplantation, since there is a very small ischemic time period within which brain-dead or cadaveric organ harvesting can be done. Solving this will help to resolve a bunch of the other problems as well.

The organ transplant supply chain has been traditionally managed with a lot of manual processes and paperwork. Presently, the healthcare systems of many states and countries have the entire process for organ allocation done through calls or whatsapp and other chat groups. This method of decision-making, being comparitively lengthy can sometimes lead to organs being rendered damaged or unusable. But, when we automate of the entire workflow with the help of a digital solution, we can improve the speed and efficiency of the entire organ allocation process. It also helps to implement organ transplantation within the critical and complex time frame it requires, ensuring better efficiency and safety for all stakeholders.

A red medical box with a red cross on it, containing organs for transplant.

Standardizing, Streamlining, and Simplifying the Process

Setting up digital infrastructure to automate the process of organ allocation helps to easily connect organ donors with recipients in need, and this is what Mocero Health Solutions has achieved. By leveraging the power of information technology, our Organ transplantation digital solution is capable of standardizing treatment methods, streamlining workflows, and simplifying the entire process. Firstly comes the onboarding part. Donors can pledge their organs and register. Donors who are brain-dead or deceased can be registered by the hospital after persmission from kith and kin. Recipients are also registered by the hospital they are admitted to. All of this registration and licencing is done on a secure mobile application for easy use. Care teams and Co-ordinators including admins, case leads, and case officers, who are in charge of managing all the various cases have different levels of access in the application.

When donor organs becomes available, waiting lists (separate for each organ) are generated with an order of priority, and automated calls and messages are sent to the top recipients on those lists as well as to their care-takers and hospitals. Different workflows can be incorporated into the digital solution including a “Local Organ” tab for the individual hospital and a “Sharepool” tab for the state or national level. There are are separate waiting lists generated at each level with different workflows based on the requirement. “Be Ready” lists can also be generated as a preparation in case the previous recipients reject the organs. All this is done until particular recipients finally accept the organ they were seeking. Special workflows can also be created for live transplants, transplants for ALF poisoning, etc. based are need. Organs are allocated to recipients based on the order of priority on the waiting lists. A group chat can also be made available where all those involved — donors, recipients, care-takers, surgeons, and coordinators — can communicate and pass on information.

Digital solutions can also be employed for individual hospital transplants of local organs, such as our application, Curola Transplants, a tracking solution to empower patient outcomes. Every in-hospital coordinator has a list of patients assigned to them to be monitored, whereas the surgeons have their own list of patients for treatment. A calendar view is also available for them to view tasks. Case sheets are then maintained for each patient (recipient) with the list of activities needed to be performed, and this can be accessed by patients on the mobile app for their convenience. Coordinators and surgeons also have access, in order to track and perform tasks. The home dashboard meanwhile contains the status of all patients and all organs. With these flows, organ transplants become much more accessible and connected than ever before. The whole purpose of our solution is provide a method of conveying organs from donors to recipients in a more efficient and fluid manner.

Unlock the Benefits of Digitization

The importance of organ transplantation is generally overlooked man times. But it is one of the greatest medical miracles that has come about. Who knew that such ingenuity was possible! And digitizing the entire process increases the benefits twofold. Cloud-based data management systems and mobile applications are used to create a secure and transparent organ transplant supply chain. These solutions enable better tracking of donor organs, improved communication between hospitals and medical professionals, and more efficient management of the entire process. A few benefits provided include :

  • Saving Lives :
    The foremost benefit provided by digitizing organ donation and allocation is the reduction in the allocation time of organs after all processes are complete. Our solution helps to bring down the time from 8 hours to 1 hour.
  • Automation :
    Automation of all workflows enables more smarted and efficient work. Previously, all activities were full of confusion. But now, automation has helped to simplify all processes.
  • Organ Harvesting :
    Automation helps to streamline the organ procurement process and saves valuable time in this process.
  • Patient Engagement :
    Patients can use mobile apps to track their medication adherence, monitor their vital signs, and communicate with their healthcare providers. This improves patient outcomes and reduce the risk of complications after a transplant.
  • Transparency :
    Transparency in the organ donation process has been achieved because of digitization. Notifications go through mail, web/mobile application, messages, calls, etc. to all stakeholders. Also, information is openly available in the group chats. This ensures a lack of manipulation by anyone.
  • User Friendliness :
    Each step of the entire process can be identified by both patient and care-provider, with the entire flow made available to be checked.
  • Data Privacy & Security :
    All data is hosted in local servers, thus providing privacy and security.
  • Digital Documentation :
    No burdensome physical documentation is required. All reports can be stored and safely retrieved when needed.
A red medical box with a red cross on it, containing organs for transplant.


Organ transplantation is a critical and complex procedure that has saved millions of lives. The many advances that have been made in the field of organ transplants, including the development of immuno-suppressive drugs to prevent rejection, have all helped to grow the field. Thanks to these pioneering scientists and doctors, organ transplants today are a viable option for those suffering from organ failure. However, the highly time-sensitive and resource-intensive nature of this process requires close coordination and collaboration between healthcare providers, organ procurement organizations, transplant centers, and even the government. In order to improve efficiency and patient outcomes, many healthcare organizations are turning to automation and digitization, where Mocero Health Solutions is a pioneer.

And that is the right path to go on, automating processes to connect donors and recipients in transplant care, saving many lives.

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