Organize Our Story
Organize is a non-profit patient advocacy organization focused on reforms to increase the supply of transplantable organs every year, with particular focuses on health equity, patient safety, anti-monopolism, and anti-corruption. We publish research focused on the need for accountability and transparency, and regularly serve as a technical resource to Congressional offices as well as investigative journalists.
Organize was founded by Greg Segal after his father waited 5 years for a heart transplant, and Greg saw first-hand how poorly patients are served by the current system. Organize has no financial or regulatory interests in any organ donation reforms, nor do we have any intention of bidding for any federal organ donation contracts. Our research and advocacy are free of conflicts of interest, and our only goal is to help drive a safe, equitable, and efficient transplant system for vulnerable patients.
From 2015-2016, Organize served as Innovator in Residence in the Office of the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).