One person dies every three days in Switzerland due to a lack of organ donors. According to a recent study Switzerland ranks close to Romania, Albania and Turkey—all near the bottom of the organ donation table in Europe. In the last few years the Swiss French and Swiss Italian parts of the country have been using so called “organ coordinators” in hospitals—which has led to double the number of donations. So why hasn’t the system been used in German-speaking Switzerland? WRS’s Dave Goodman spoke to Franz Immer, CEO of Swisstransplant, the Swiss National Foundation for organ donation and transplantation. He began by asking why Switzerland’s donation rate is so incredibly low?