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1 Workplace Partnership for Life Hospital Campaign Special-Focus Webinar Engaging Rural and Small Hospitals Wednesday, February 25, :00 – 3:00 p.m. ET

2 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

3 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

4 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

5 Two Types of Organ Donors Deceased −Can provide multiple organs  Heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, pancreas, intestines Living −Provide one organ, usually kidney

6 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)

7 Good News ,532 lives were saved by … 263,368 organ donors 2013 alone 28,954 lives were saved by … 14,256 donors

8 Sad News ,272 on waiting list 12/31/ ,256 donors 21/day waiting list deaths ~150 per week

9 * Data from ** Data include deceased and living donors Status of Donation and Transplantation

10 Total: 123, ,513 – Kidney 15,359 – Liver 1,075 – Pancreas 2,017 – Kidney/Pancreas 4,008 – Heart 1,637 – Lung 43 – Heart/Lung 241– Intestine National Transplant Waiting List February 24, 2015

11 Purpose – Involve hospitals in working with their local OPOs, DLAs, and eye and tissue banks to increase donor registration Donor Registration Phases I-III – 327,815 Phase IV Goal – 100,000 additional donor registrations Phase IV Timeline – August April 30, 2015 Participants – 11 National Partners – 16 representatives on Leadership Team – 58 of 58 OPOs – 25 of 52 DLAs – 157 of 247 Transplant Centers – 1,213 of 4,471 Hospitals – 26 of 52 State Hospital Associations HRSA Hospital Campaign – Overview

12 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

13 Social Media Messages and Graphics E-news list—request to join at: Receive messages and graphics for social media posting: −National Eye Donor Month – March −Celebrate Spring – March 20 −National Donate Life Month – April

14 Profile: Rural and Small Hospitals George F. Bergstrom −Vice President, Member Relations, American Hospital Association

15 Role of Rural and Small Hospitals in Increasing Donor Awareness Spencer L. Grover −Vice President, Indiana Hospital Association

16 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

17 Open Mic Q&A Discussion and Q&A Ask questions Share Campaign updates

18 THANK YOU! Join Us: Hospital Campaign Group Coaching Call Thursday, March 12, :00 – 3:00 p.m. ET Hospital Campaign Learning Series Webinar Thursday, March 26, :00 – 3:00 p.m. ET https://akoyaonline.adobeconnect.com/wpfl webinars/


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