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The Afflo Approach

Afflo is a unified technology platform that supports and modernizes the process of managing transplant patients, donors, and the organ allocation process.

Complete Transplant Life-cycle

Afflo represents a significant leap forward, driving both technological and process advancements across the entire organ transplant ecosystem by integrating OPOs, matching organizations, and transplant centers. Afflo mirrors the clinical process, optimizing organ matching and usage, and giving you powerful tools to enable stakeholder accountability, patient access, equity, utility and outcomes.
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Empower Users

We empower our users to test, update matching algorithms, and manage granular business rules. Afflo allows users to simulate how existing and new rules affect historical allocations results, to better understand from past practice how to best update policy matches.

Cloud First

Afflo was constructed in the cloud with elasticity, scaling, and operational optimization built-in. Operating as a collection of connected and secure services allows each service to operate independently from all other services. With no system service being dependent on any other, Afflo creates unparalleled reliability to meet high availability needs.

Integrate Everything

Afflo realizes a strategy of integrating as much of an organization’s clinical systems through secure, real-time, two-way healthcare information exchange. Integration is achieved through machine learning-based ingestion of other data sources such as PDF forms, Microsoft Office files, or images. Embedded business rules in PDF or Office documents are automatically converted and applied; they can be adjusted in our business rules toolbox.

Open Data for Research

Publishing, extracting, and configuring data in an open format is built into Afflo’s architecture to support data queries. APIs expose data using anonymized and secure standards that protect personal health information, as well as legally or commercially sensitive data. Utilizing open data provides the ability to publicly analyze the anonymous data in order to improve transplant.