Silverstone Matchmaker was created to move organ recipients
off the waiting list; off dialysis and, ultimately, to help save lives.
The critical shortage of living organ transplants is dramatically improved
through the use of Matchmaker by providing doctors and clinicians the ability
to rapidly and accurately build sophisticated cross-matching tables for paired
donations from a varying set of recipient and donor clinical records. These
cross-matching tables enable transplant professionals to rapidly find and analyze
potential organ donations by mixing and matching a varying pool of potential
donors with recipients in order to provide the best possible placement of compatible
organs with recipients that are in need
"Matchmaker is an amazing marriage of state-of-the-art transplant surgery and software technology that both matches incompatible
pairs and does so in a way that minimizes the work that the transplant center
needs to do to reach this goal."
Medical Director, CPMC Kidney and Pancreas Transplant Program
Developed with the diverse needs of clinics in mind, Matchmaker seeks to present
all relevant cross-matching data analysis in a general purpose way so that
it can be easily integrated into the transplant work-flow regardless of the
infrastructure implemented by the clinic. As the major feature areas of Matchmaker
are explored below, it should be apparent how this leading-edge product addresses
many of the myriad problems encountered by any clinic interested in expanding
into a full-service, paired donation program. Matchmaker will serve as a highly
valuable addition by helping to address the serious needs that face the tens-of-thousands
of organ transplant candidates currently on the wait list.
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Provides a drill-down capability that presents
a more concise method for reviewing targeted pair information on a recipient-by-recipient
basis. On-the-fly “snapshot” HTML files can be archived to
maintain an audit trail of decisions for historical review.
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Enterprise-ready software created by software professionals based on extensive
feedback from practicing nephrologists and through direct personal experience.