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Institutes of Excellence™ Transplant Facilities

Hospitals that have met extensive quality and credentialing criteria have been selected by Aetna to participate in our Institutes of Excellence network for transplant and transplant related services. These facilities have been contracted on a transplant specific basis and facilities are considered participating only for the transplant type listed in this directory. To be considered in-network for coverage for transplant related services, including evaluation, transplant, and follow-up care, you must utilize an Institutes of Excellence participating facility that has been specifically contracted by Aetna for your transplant type. Services must be preauthorized with Aetna for coverage to be effective. Any facility that is not specified as an Institutes of Excellence network facility is considered non-participating or non-preferred for transplant related services, even if they are considered participating for other types of services.


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SOLID ORGAN Transplantation:

The United Network for Organ Sharing
The United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), oversees the nation's organ transplant waiting list, provides data and education regarding solid organ transplantation.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) site identifies the Medicare Approved solid organ centers for Heart, Heart-Lung, Liver, and Lung programs.

The TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION, INC.
The TRANSPLANT RECIPIENTS INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION, INC.(TRIO) is non-profit international organization that offers solid organ support, advocacy, education, and awareness.

BLOOD and MARROW Transplantation:

The Blood & Marrow Transplant Information Network
The Blood & Marrow Transplant Information Network site offers general resources and center specific transplant data for Autologous and Allogeneic transplants.

The National Marrow Donor Program
The National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) is a resource of centers that provide marrow, stem cell and cord blood searches for people who need an Allogeneic transplant and do not have an acceptable related donor.

The National Cancer Institute
The National Cancer Institute offers health information regarding cancer treatment, rehabilitation from cancer and maintains a list of ongoing clinical trials.

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) is a non-profit alliance of notable cancer centers that offers information on advances in cancer treatment and clinical trials, complex case consultation, review and referral, patient education, genetic testing, and cancer screening and detection.

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