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Kohler Supports the Wisconsin PGA's 100 Holes for 100 Years Charity Campaign

Kohler Co.

Shout out to our Kohler Hospitality golf pros David Albrecht, Mike Aschenbach, Daniel Hastreiter, PGA, and Michael O'Reilly who played an incredible 100 holes of golf in one day as part of the Wisconsin PGA’s 100 Holes for 100 Years Charity campaign. From sunrise to sunset, the foursome made their way through the two 18-hole courses at Whistling Straits, the two 18-hole courses at Blackwolf Run, the 10-hole Par 3 course The Baths, and finally the 18-hole putting course to raise money for WI PGA REACH and addiction recovery organization The Rightway Club. “When we decided to participate in this event, we quickly realized that Kohler happens to have 100 golf holes on property, and it would be an incredible experience to play all of them in one day to generate excitement for supporting this fantastic campaign,” said O’Reilly, who also serves as Wisconsin PGA Section President. About Kohler Co. Founded in 1873 and headquartered in Kohler, Wisconsin, Kohler Co. is one of America’s oldest and largest privately held companies comprised of more than 40,000 associates. With more than 50 manufacturing locations worldwide, Kohler is a global leader in the design, innovation and manufacture of kitchen and bath products; engines and power systems; luxury cabinetry and tile; and owner/operator of two, five-star hospitality and golf resort destinations in Kohler, Wisconsin, and St. Andrews, Scotland. The company also develops solutions to address pressing issues, such as clean water and sanitation, for underserved communities around the world to enhance the quality of life for current and future generations. For more details, please visit  kohlercompany.com. View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from Kohler Co. on 3blmedia.com

July 05, 2022 04:40 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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A Strong Foundation: Regions Bank Releases Two Major ESG Disclosures

Regions Bank

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 5, 2022 /3BL Media/ – Regions Financial Corp. (NYSE:RF) on Thursday announced the release of its 2021 Annual Review & ESG Report and 2021 Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) Report. The two disclosures are designed to collectively provide Regions’ stakeholders a comprehensive overview of the company’s financial performance, along with its service to customers, commitment to employee well-being, support of communities where Regions does business, adherence to strong governance principles and progress around ongoing environmental sustainability efforts. “The 2021 Annual Review & ESG Report and 2021 TCFD Report reflect key milestones as we fulfill Regions’ mission to make life better for our customers, associates, communities and shareholders,” said John Turner, President and CEO of Regions Financial Corp. “We’re proud to share our progress and our ongoing priorities in key areas of customer and community support, prudent and effective governance and environmental sustainability. Further, these reports illustrate key elements of our strong corporate culture, including sound risk management; fostering greater diversity, equity and inclusion; supporting associate well-being; advancing learning and development and prioritizing business ethics.” The 2021 Annual Review & ESG Report, titled “A Strong Foundation,” combines details about the bank’s financial and ESG performance in one document. This latest version also includes Regions’ Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) disclosure, 2021 Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Index and 2021 Workforce Demographics (EEO-1) Index. Previously, these disclosures were released separately; with the consolidation of these disclosures, along with the latest TCFD release, the majority of Regions’ ESG disclosures are being issued simultaneously. Highlights from the 2021 Annual Review & ESG Report include: Business: The report provides an overview of Regions’ solid performance in 2021, including the acquisitions of EnerBank, Sabal Capital Partners, LLC, and Clearsight Advisors, Inc., as well as Regions’ focus on making banking easier through investments in technology and digital capabilities. Governance: Regions’ values-based governance strives to ensure its business is conducted according to the highest ethical standards, from the company’s Board of Directors to associates, suppliers and vendors. The 2021 report announces enhancements to ESG governance, including the creation of the ESG Leadership Council, a cross-functional decision-making body that reports to Regions’ Executive Leadership Team. Planet: Regions’ environmental strategy is explained, including updates to performance on Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions and how the company is measuring and evaluating Scope 3 portfolio emissions, which are emissions resulting from activities of assets not owned or controlled by Regions. Regions actively works to identify climate-related opportunities. This includes supporting customers by providing sustainable investing and financing opportunities related to their transition to a more sustainable future. People: The report tracks Regions’ performance related to associates, customers and communities. Highlights include the commitment of Regions Bank and the Regions Foundation in areas such as diversity, equity and inclusion; human rights; supplier diversity; associate engagement; community support and talent recruitment and development. Prosperity: The report provides details about Regions’ offerings of products and services that respond to a wide variety of customers and prospects and their changing needs, as well as new and updated financial wellness programs and significant community investments. Regions’ 2021 TCFD Report reveals progress toward the bank’s climate strategy, which is built on three pillars: supporting Regions’ customers in the transition to a lower-carbon economy, reducing the environmental footprint of operations and managing climate-related risks. Highlights from the 2021 TCFD Report include: Supporting Customers: Regions’ bankers continue to offer innovative sustainable finance products to promote clean energy solutions for clients, such as EnerBank’s point-of-sale financing for energy-efficient home improvement projects. Environmental Footprint: The bank achieved its 2023 energy use goal early (in 2021) and continues to monitor performance to ensure ongoing reductions. Progress is also being made toward the new gross Scope 1 and Scope 2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions goal, which was updated in last year’s TCFD Report to reduce emissions by 50% by 2030 against a 2019 baseline. Regions continues to implement new and innovative energy-efficient approaches within existing and new facilities to help reach this goal. Managing Climate-related Risks: Regions continues to advance environmental and risk-related efforts to execute climate-connected initiatives, including developing new analytical capabilities to strengthen the bank’s evaluation of transitional and physical risks in its portfolio. Geospatial analysis enhancements are enabling more precise analysis of sea level rise, which helps assess potential risks to Regions’ facilities and those of its customers. “We know that our stakeholders are increasingly interested in Regions’ ESG priorities, and we’re constantly looking for opportunities to improve the timing and content of our ESG-related disclosures to provide that information,” said Regions Chief Governance Officer Andrew Nix. “With the broad overview provided by our Annual Review & ESG Report, including our SASB disclosure, GRI Index and Workforce Demographics Index, and the deeper dive on climate provided by our TCFD Report, this coordinated release provides a holistic view of the work that we’re doing to advance our ESG priorities for all of our stakeholders.” About Regions Foundation The Alabama-based Regions Foundation supports community investments that positively impact communities served by Regions Bank. The Foundation engages in a grantmaking program focused on priorities including economic and community development; education and workforce readiness; and financial wellness. The Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation funded primarily through contributions from Regions Bank. About Regions Financial Corporation Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE:RF), with $164 billion in assets, is a member of the S&P 500 Index and is one of the nation’s largest full-service providers of consumer and commercial banking, wealth management, and mortgage products and services. Regions serves customers across the South, Midwest and Texas, and through its subsidiary, Regions Bank, operates approximately 1,300 banking offices and more than 2,000 ATMs. Regions Bank is an Equal Housing Lender and Member FDIC. Additional information about Regions and its full line of products and services can be found at www.regions.com. Forward-Looking Statements This release may include forward-looking statements as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, which reflect Regions’ current views with respect to future events and financial performance. The words “future,” “anticipates,” “assumes,” “intends,” “plans,” “seeks,” “believes,” “predicts,” “potential,” “objective,” “estimates,” “expects,” “targets,” “projects,” “outlook,” “forecast,” “would,” “will,” “may,” “might,” “could,” “should,” “can,” and similar expressions often signify forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are not based on historical information, but rather are related to future operations, strategies, financial results, or other developments. Forward-looking statements are based on management’s expectations as well as certain assumptions and estimates made by, and information available to, management at the time the statements are made, and are subject to various known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors that may cause actual results to differ materially from the views, beliefs, and projections expressed in such statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from those described in forward-looking statements include those risks identified in Regions’ Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2021, and in subsequent filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. You should not place undue reliance on any forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date made. Regions assumes no obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements that are made from time to time. View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from Regions Bank on 3blmedia.com

July 05, 2022 04:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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CNH Industrial Wins Sustainability Category at 2022 Manufacturing Leadership Awards

CNH Industrial

CNH Industrial (NYSE: CNHI / MI: CNHI) received a 2022 Manufacturing Leadership Award for outstanding achievement in the Sustainability Leadership category, which honors manufacturers that are shaping the future of the sector through digital transformation. This is the third consecutive year that the Company has earned recognition from the Manufacturing Leadership Council, which is a division of the National Association of Manufacturers. CNH Industrial’s award-winning project, Smart Pretreatment for the Paint Shop, was executed by the manufacturing team at the Case IH and STEYR agricultural production plant in St. Valentin, Austria. The project enhanced operator safety while at the same time ensuring optimum paint quality and the sustainable use of additives. Painting is one of the core steps in the manufacturing process and the correct dosing of additives, such as washing detergents and pH reducers, in the pretreatment stage is the key to ideal paint quality and adhesion. By using data collected from four smart dosing stations and six sensors, the correct quantity of additives is automatically injected without human intervention. This guarantees absolute safety for employees, a high-quality paint finish and significantly reduced additive usage. This latest award further validates CNH Industrial’s continued excellence in manufacturing, with the team’s paint shop solution helping to achieve the company vision of Sustainably advancing the noble work of global agricultural and construction workers. View original content here. View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from CNH Industrial on 3blmedia.com

July 05, 2022 04:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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Celebrating Dow's 125th Anniversary

DOW

Living your values during a season of success can feel simple. In the face of challenges, however, it can be far more difficult. The last 125 years have presented their fair share of both. What matters most in these moments is less the result of our efforts, but more so our willingness to keep moving forward no matter the challenge. We should always remember that today is the result of yesterday’s resilience. That’s important because today is a remarkable day for Dow, and for our employees across the globe. Today, we celebrate Dow’s 125th Anniversary. This is a unique achievement. The average lifespan of a U.S. S&P 500 company today is only 15 years. Very few companies can lean into the equity of being 125 years old. And time and time again, I see exactly why we made it this far: hard work, determination, and an unwavering allegiance to our core values: integrity, respect for people and protecting our planet. Advocating for what is right – for our culture, for our customers, for our communities – has never gone out of style. In fact, it provides the basis for us to move forward and create solutions to the world’s biggest challenges and help transform the world for the better. Our heritage, team, and purpose have all played different but equally important roles in building the last 125 years at Dow. And they will continue to strengthen us through the next 125 years. DOING IT BETTER Many fondly share this quote from our founding father H.H. Dow, “If you can’t do it better, why do it?” And simply put, we don’t. We have spent more than a century establishing a foundation that is a catalyst for something more. “Today, and every day, we are actively laying the groundwork for the next 125 years of technological advances that will transform our lives and our world.” We imagine better. The genesis of this phrase underscores our vision, our core mission and values. Inspired by our Seek Together brand line and philosophy, this sentiment allows us to boldly harness the wonder of the future. Our 125 years of experience comes with responsibility and opportunity to address new or growing challenges. Capturing the combined power of science and sustainability to propel innovations in both products and systems— we are partnering across the value chain to accelerate our growth while committing to multi-decade targets to put us on a path to achieve carbon neutrality and eliminate plastic waste. Today, and every day, we are actively laying the groundwork for the next generation of technological advances that will transform our lives and our world. WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD? Imagining a better future means creating a more sustainable and equitable next world. It means continuing to cultivate a culture of ingenuity – in an inclusive environment – to challenge the status quo and partner with others around a shared purpose. From innovation to customer experience, and sustainability to inclusion – every employee, every function, every region is contributing to shaping the future by what they are doing on this very day. And it’s not just about us. It’s about you: our customers, our shareholders, our communities. You are an integral part of both our history and our future. How will you join us in building the future today? How do you imagine better? View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from DOW on 3blmedia.com

July 05, 2022 02:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day: Enforcing the 'For All' in 'Smarter Technology for All'

Lenovo

The broad nature of the accessibility and inclusivity space is often met with varying perspectives. In my 25-year tenure at Lenovo, I’ve witnessed tremendous growth in this space. At its core, my role asks me to uncover the limitless potential of technology. As a company that strives to create Smarter Technology For All, it is important that we consistently work to develop innovative ways to ensure our devices and solutions meet the needs of everyone – regardless of ability. As we celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day, I’m humbled to shine a light on areas of accessibility that oftentimes get overlooked. Those of us fortunate enough to have all five of our senses and mobility intact oftentimes don’t think twice about potential barriers to access. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t exist. Embracing diversity by design Over my years at Lenovo, I have had the pleasure of playing an important role in some of our most impactful work. In 2020, I had the privilege of assisting in the birth of Lenovo’s Product Diversity Office (PDO). By implementing a “Diversity by Design” review board, the office has added checkpoints to Lenovo’s product planning, development, and execution phases to ensure each device accommodates every user’s needs. In September of last year, Lenovo collaborated with Dr. Peter Scott-Morgan for our Kind Cities Campaign – an initiative shedding light on the need for kindness in all communities. Diagnosed with motor neuron disease (MND) – also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) – in 2017, Dr. Scott-Morgan provides Lenovo and our partners with insight on developing innovative accessibility solutions to create better experiences for individuals with disabilities. Indeed, Dr. Scott-Morgan challenges and inspires us to push the limits of technology for everyone, with potential benefits for countless others without his condition. Our colleagues in EMEA have partnered with BlindLook to become the first computer brand in Turkey catering to those who are visually impaired. Through this partnership, all Lenovo Turkish notebooks and desktops will be compatible with audio simulation technology that allows greater access to our products. Moving forward, Lenovo will now include a BlindLook blind-friendly symbol on our Turkish products. Initiatives and partnerships like these have aided Lenovo in recent developments related to vision impairment and beyond. The World Health Organization estimates 2.2 billion people have a near or distance vision impairment around the globe. Our PCs are thoughtfully constructed with this demographic in mind and in a way that helps them locate correct buttons with ease. For instance, the “F” and “J” keys now feature small finger ridges on them. Additionally, the “Fn” key – which provides short cuts to performing actions such as controlling screen brightness and turning Bluetooth on/off – is traditionally placed in the bottom row of the keyboard, second from the furthest left key. Lenovo’s PCs, however, consciously place this key at the far left of the bottom row to help users more quickly locate this universally important button. Beyond Typically, when one hears about “accessibility,” they tend to picture the physical limitations – whether it be impairment of vision or mobility. However, accessibility encompasses far more than tangible restrictions – it also includes those that are “invisible,” such as mental health. Exacerbated by the pandemic, mental health has become a priority area of focus for Lenovo. The past couple years have proved challenging for those with anxiety to seek treatment or access to groups they previously needed for support. Additionally, there’s a growing population of people suffering from PTSD after becoming infected with COVID-19 and being unable to leave their home And while the stigma around mental health is slowly diminishing, shame and guilt around the subject still exist. That’s why we’ve implemented subtle ways to introduce mental health assistance without others in the user’s office knowing they need it. For instance, we’ve begun incorporating haptic sensors within the touchpad of our ThinkPad laptops that share recommendations for deep-breathing exercises. Additionally, our design team has created vibrating palm rest alerts to suggest calm breathing patterns to the user whenever an uneasy heartbeat is detected. Some may be surprised to hear that even a user’s religion can prevent them from fully accessing a device’s features. Some muslim women, for example, could wear a hijab – a veil consisting of two scarves that cover the head and neck. Tech manufacturers must consider whether the facial recognition software in a PC is able to recognize those wearing head attire, for religious purposes or other cultural attire. Future innovations While the world has made great strides in this space, there’s still much work to be done. Luckily, the tech industry is on the cusp of transformative accessibility innovations. In the next couple months, we could see the development of a Lenovo Health solution featuring an RGB camera system within a PC’s screen that can detect your heart’s pulse. We’re also currently working on a BCI computer interface that can be controlled by the user’s thoughts and emotions. For example, simply being “happy” or “unhappy” with the direction in which the mouse is moving could allow the user to change its trajectory. Features that remove barriers to interaction are no longer considered a “bonus,” but a necessity in all devices and solutions. At Lenovo, we pride ourselves on truly delivering on the ‘For All’ component of ‘Smarter Technology For All.’ It’s been my great honor to help guide our company to meet the needs of our customers while raising the standards of how other global technology companies should approach and embrace accessibility. We must all do our respective parts to build a world where anyone, regardless of ability, can succeed and prosper. Visit our Global Accessibility Awareness Day landing page where you can learn more about our progress on accessibility and the resources available for everyone at Lenovo. View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from Lenovo on 3blmedia.com

July 05, 2022 02:10 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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New Kids' Science Center Rapidly Gathering STEAM

Enbridge

To a child, a rainbow is a work of art: bright colors, melding into each other, forming a magical arc across the sky. As the child grows and learns about science, their perception of the rainbow shifts, explains Liz Weeks, education and outreach director of North Dakota’s Magic City Discovery Center —a combination children’s museum and science center scheduled to open in the city of Minot in late 2022. Informed by science education, the child will look at a rainbow and see not just pretty colors, but light dispersed through raindrops, its wavelengths reflected at different angles to produce different hues. The rainbow becomes a feat of art and science. It’s exactly this kind of learning—learning that illuminates a child’s world—that Magic City Discovery Center will offer when it opens later this year. According to the Association of Children’s Museums, North Dakota is the last state to open a large-scale children’s museum. The 28,000-square-foot facility will offer more than 150 interactive exhibits and programs designed to stimulate curiosity and creativity in babies to youth up to 14 years old. “Learning opportunities will focus on STEAM—science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics—to spark kids’ interest in those fields,” Weeks says. “Our programs will support classroom education, offer extra pieces of learning in science and math. Hopefully we’ll get them thinking about careers in engineering, science and trades,” she adds. For those children unable to make the journey to Minot in the north center of the state, Magic City Discovery Center will come to them, transporting a trailer filled with portable STEAM activities and exhibits. One on-the-go activity is the Invention Story Mobile Kiosk, a portable media kit with customized software to document the children’s learning on video to share with family and friends—and inspire other kids. Enbridge’s Fueling Futures program helps build safe, vibrant and sustainable communities. Recognizing the value of the kiosk to build potential in young learners near and far, we contributed a $50,000 Fueling Futures grant to the Magic City Discovery Center to help purchase equipment and develop the Invention Story Mobile Kiosk. Wendy Keller, Magic City Discovery Center’s executive director, sees the kiosk having far-reaching benefits, and not only because the portable kit can travel to remote areas of the state. After children have taken part in a program—perhaps building a weight-bearing bridge out of toothpicks or constructing a circuit—they’ll go on camera to explain their work, contributing to a video that highlights their learning story for the world. “Making videos and sharing their learning will give kids confidence and self-esteem. And because they’re talking about what they created, because they’re sharing their story, it might inspire someone else,” Keller says. “Another child might see the video, and that young child might say: ‘Maybe I can do that? Maybe I can solve a problem?’ ” View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from Enbridge on 3blmedia.com

July 05, 2022 02:10 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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Meet the Winner of HP's Girls Save the World Challenge

HP Inc.

When HP, Inc. put out a worldwide call last fall for girls ages 13 to 18 to submit innovative ideas about how to address an environmental or social issue in their community, more than 800 applications poured in from 148 countries. With  its Girls Save the World challenge, HP awarded the grand prize to the development and implementation of: Etana, a low-cost, solar-powered fingerprint scanner that provides women in developing nations with a digital proof of identity even if they don’t have access to the Internet or electricity. Elizabeth Nyamwange, 16, from Byron, Illinois, had developed a gender-equality-meets-blockchain-technology and was looking for funding prior to hearing about the program. “I was so surprised that I won,” Nyamwange says. “It was a shock for me because I wasn’t positive if it was ever going to happen because I didn’t have the funding for it. I’m really, really grateful.” The concept of the digital identification gap women in developing nations face, which limits their access to such important resources as judicial protection, health care, and banking, intrigued Nyamwange because of her relationship with her family in Kenya. “I’m really close with my family over there, especially a lot of the girls, and talking to them is a big part of where this idea came from,” says the first-generation American who attends the Illinois Math and Science Academy in Auora. Continue reading here View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from HP Inc. on 3blmedia.com

July 05, 2022 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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Heroes Work Here: Appliance Service Technician Reacted Quickly To Help a Customer in Need

Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)

As Appliance Service Supervisor Jonathan Kopecky approached a Clark customer’s home to check in with a tech on his team, he saw a man pull into the driveway and dash into the house. Taken aback at the man’s haste, Kopecky put on his PPE and approached the home cautiously. Fortunately, Kopecky received a warm welcome at the door from a woman, followed by the man who had hastily entered the home. The woman, the homeowner’s daughter, gratefully explained why she and her brother were present. Their elderly mother had visited the laundry room where Appliance Service Technician Orlend Gilbert was repairing the dryer. Upon exiting the room, the homeowner lost her footing and fell on the hallway floor. Gilbert immediately stopped the repair and sprang into action. Already wearing proper PPE, he was able to safely assess the situation and ask the homeowner if she needed medical attention. When she declined, he called the homeowner’s daughter, allowing both her and her brother to arrive quickly. Gilbert, whose first aid kit was up to date, was proud that he was able to help a customer in need. “My job isn’t only about repairing appliances,” said Gilbert, “It’s about doing the right thing for our customers, no matter what the circumstance.” Kopecky agreed. “I went to this customer’s home for a standard site visit. I left with an incredible sense of pride. Orlend went above and beyond to help a customer in need. I am proud that he is a member of my team.” Learn more about PSE&G "Heroes Work Here" View additional multimedia and more ESG storytelling from Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG) on 3blmedia.com

July 05, 2022 01:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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Kidney Transplants Continue to Rise Nationally

United Network for Organ Sharing

A new report shows continued increases in the number of lifesaving kidney transplants taking place across the country, according to data compiled by United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS). UNOS is the engine that powers the national donation and transplant system, serving as the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) under federal contract. Following changes in March of 2021 to how deceased donor kidneys were allocated, an early data report showed increases in the number of transplants and expanded equity, especially amongst historically marginalized groups. Now, with one full year of post-implementation data available, the new report shows a 16% increase in kidney transplants across the nation, including for the following groups: 23% for Black patients 29% for Hispanic patients 20% for Asian patients 36% for people with longer times on dialysis 63% for pediatric patients 79% for highly-sensitized patients, or those with more difficulty finding a compatible donor organ This data remains consistent with previous reports that showed similar, positive results for the same patient groups. “We continue to see positive results for patients and families following changes we enacted in 2021,” said UNOS CEO Brian Shepard. “Getting to this point means bringing together a diverse group of physicians, patients, advocates, donor families and others to develop policies that continue to improve the national system and save more lives. But even as we see transplants rise and equity improving, there is more work to do and we are committed to building on these and other successes.” The report also showed an increase in the number of kidneys that were not utilized. In keeping with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Math (NASEM) recommendations, UNOS and stakeholders across the nation are committed to working together to find new ways to incentivize the use of more kidneys. Ongoing efforts to achieve this goal include the UNOS-developed offer-filters tool for transplant programs, expanding the use of predictive analytics in decision making, and more. Additionally, the OPTN Kidney Transplantation Committee will continue to monitor the impact and results of this policy. About UNOS United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) is a non-profit, charitable organization that serves as the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) under contract with the federal government. The OPTN helps create and define organ allocation and distribution policies that make the best use of donated organs. This process involves continuously evaluating new advances and discoveries so policies can be adapted to best serve patients waiting for transplants. All transplant programs and organ procurement organizations throughout the country are OPTN members and are obligated to follow the policies the OPTN creates for allocating organs. Contact Details United Network for Organ Sharing Anne Paschke +1 804-782-4730 newsroom@unos.org Company Website https://unos.org

July 05, 2022 01:25 PM Eastern Daylight Time

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