What is it?

Sometimes the only treatment for a failing organ is to surgically replace it with one supplied by a donor. Living donors may be appropriate for some kidney, partial liver and hematopoietic cell transplants (HCTs), commonly referred to as stem cell or bone marrow transplants.

According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, a record-setting 36,528 organ transplants were performed in 2018 and over 113,000 candidates are currently waiting for a solid organ transplant.1 Average billed charges (before negotiated contract rates) are increasing annually. In addition to the actual cost of transplantation, treatment and medication required pre- and post-transplant add to the overall cost.

Let LifeTrac make difficult easier.

We’ve been addressing the complexities of transplants since our inception in 1988, so it’s familiar territory to us. Our experienced staff can help you navigate the entire transplant process, from the initial referral to pre-transplant through post-transplant services and continued care, seamlessly assisting the transition between Tracs as necessary.

Transplant Trac

Through our Transplant Trac, we offer clients and business partners extensive transplant expertise and the financial benefits of our predictable transplant contract methodology. Your members have access to our network of nationally recognized facilities and programs for adult and pediatric transplant services for solid organs and HCTs. Through our contracts, we can provide predictable costs for the actual transplant as well as the treatment and medication required before and after.

LifeTrac has developed transplant-specific quality standards for evaluating transplant facilities and programs. These standards have been developed to select programs that demonstrate good clinical outcomes and have the ability to effectively manage complex transplant cases. LifeTrac conducts on-site visits of the facility and considers program details, such as statistical outcome data, to better assist clients in making informed decisions regarding program selection.

1 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Organ Donor Statistics-National Data. Accessed 1/9/2019 at