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The 4i platform provides ETC participants with a secure and efficient way to receive notifications about their attributed beneficiaries, Modality Performance Score, and Performance Payment Adjustment. 

Congressional support is paramount for increasing investment in kidney health research at NIDDK, more funding for KidneyX to accelerate innovation, and protections for living organ donors.

Using data from a health center during a COVID-19 surge, researchers consider the impact and potential of palliative care for patients with acute kidney injury.  

Chronic kidney disease is a serious public health issue that affects 37,000,000 Americans and disproportionately affects communities of color.

Beyond educational circles, jobs, and friends, ASN’s Mentor Match Program creates a low stake, no-pressure environment with a diverse pool of people willing to build meaningful relationships.

Screening, education, care coordination and telehealth, and affordability are all important for improving equitable care for patients with chronic kidney disease to slow the progression to kidney failure.

Pig kidneys were successfully implanted into a human and functioned normally. Surgeons hope to start clinical trials with kidney patients later this year.

Leveraging technology to offer wholistic pictures, inform clinical decisions, and strengthen relationships between patients and physicians.

Two recent editorials in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology discuss the benefits and drawbacks of telehealth in the context of treating chronic kidney disease now and in the future.

After a year-long investigation, the House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means found “there is a need and desire for professional medical societies to lead the way in a critical reexamination of how race and ethnicity data, when used improperly…can create worse outcomes for patients of color.”