Imagine this scenario: A patient named John has waited 5.5 years for a much-needed kidney transplant. One day, he learns that a deceased donor kidney is available and that he is the 153rd patient to whom this kidney was offered.

Clearly, this is not a “high-quality” organ if it was declined by 152 patients or the clinicians treating them. But because John has been waiting a long time for a new kidney, should he accept or decline the kidney? And can analytics and machine learning help make that decision easier?

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