About The Work
MediGO uses real-time monitoring of organ transportation including location, temperature and other environmental factors that impact logistics. It also transmits customizable notifications directly to transplant surgeons so they can stay aware of the location and estimated arrival of the organs they need.
A next-generation platform for organ transportation logistics designed to improve communication, MediGO creates a more efficient process that has the potential to save time, money and lives. MediGO tracks the location, status, and condition of organs across the entire transplant system to provide real-time monitoring, centralized communication, and data collection.
MediGO is a medical-focused initiative that aids in bridging connections between organ procurement organizations (OPOs) and the medical world that in the future will enable the touchless transportation of organs via unmanned systems, with reliable tracking devices through an integrated software and hardware platform. This is a transformative opportunity that directly speaks to the world of organ transplantation.
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“Our proven team of supply chain and logistics experts from the private and public sectors have developed tracking and communications platforms for all types of cargo and modes of transportation. Key to MediGO’s development and implementation is the close tie between Organ Procurement Organizations (OPO) and transplant centers. That connection is critical to care for the life-saving gifts of organ donors.”
- Scott Plank
Scott Plank – CEO and Co-Founder
Dr. Joseph Scalea – CMO and Co-Founder
Anthony Pucciarella – Co-Founder
- To increase access to organ transportation by optimizing the transplant supply chain.
- To provide technology that bridges the workflow gaps in organ transportation.
- To enable stakeholders across the transplantation continuum to track organ shipments in real-time, communicate in real-time, and monitor shipment quality to safeguard the irreplaceable gift of life from donors and donor families.