New Resource Now Available
Hospital Development Coordinators are responsible for tracking and providing OPO and hospital data to multiple stakeholders. In an effort to make this data easily accessible NATCO is providing an easy access link to the New SRTR OPO-specific reports (OSRs) that contain information about the deaths in the OPO's donor service area, the donor conversion rates, and metrics detailing which organs were successfully placed for transplant.
Please click Here and select your service area.
Core Curriculum for Hospital Development Workshop
Hospital Development (HD) staff maintain a close, collaborative relationship with hospitals throughout the United States, to help define, shape and guide their roles in the donation process. HD staff require core competencies and skills to execute their role effectively.
Hospital Development Core Curriculum: On-site Workshop
We Will Come to You
We are now offering this program as an on-site program for any organization who desires to train and develop their team in communication, interpersonal skills, hospital engagement, regulatory resources and date analysis.
Who Should Attend
The Hospital Development Core Curriculum (HD) is designed to share and teach 'best practices' to HD professionals and any OPO professionals wishing to develop and grow HD skills. This course is not intended as an initial HD orientation course. It is designed to supplement existing HD knowledge and provides a forum to explore resources, learn best practices and share with colleagues from across the country. It is recommended that those attending this course have at least three months of experience in HD.
NATCO will award a continuing education certificate of attendance to participants who attend the entire course. CE records are maintained by the NATCO Executive Office for a period of seven years.
Program fee is $6,500 for the full 2 Day course. Includes unlimited number of OPO Hospital Development staff. Hosting OPO will provide conference facility including AV, and food and beverage for attendees and facilitators. Please contact Karen Libs at KarenL@natco1.org for more information.