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Strategies for Narrowing the Organ Donation Gap and Protecting Patients

May 31, 2005
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Strategies for Narrowing the Organ Donation Gap and Protecting PatientsThis white paper emanates from The Joint Commission’s new Public Policy Initiative. Launched in 2001, this initiative seeks to address broad issues that have the potential to seriously undermine the provision of safe, high-quality health care and, indeed, the health of the American people. These are issues which demand the attention and engagement of multiple publics if successful resolution is to be achieved.

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