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HAvBED 2: Hospital Available Beds for Emergencies and Disasters

Public Health Emergency Preparedness

This resource was part of AHRQ's Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) program, which was discontinued on June 30, 2011, in a realignment of Federal efforts.

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Figure 4: HAvBED System Diagram/Data Flow

Figure 4: HAvBED System Diagram/Data Flow. This chart has a box at the center top marked 'Website (Secure Access) Below it is a box labeled 'Web Services Data Interface.' Arrows points to and from these two boxes. To the right of the 'Website (Secure Access)' box are three boxes with arrows going to and from the 'Website' box: One is labeled 'Federal, Regional and Local Planners and Responders (Data Display)'; the next is labeled 'GIS Services (Google Maps):; the third is labeled 'SQL database.' To the left of the 'Website (Secure Access)' box is a circle labeled 'Individual Hospital Interface (Manual Data Entry, Web-Based). Also for Alternative Care Sites, Nursing Homes, etc.' Arrows go back and forth between the two boxes. From the 'Web Services Data Interface' box, arrows go to and from the 'SQL Database' box. Three additional boxes point only to the 'Web Services Data Interface' box: 'Regional Hospital Capacity System A,'  'Regional Hospital Capacity System B,' and 'Regional Hospital Capacity System C, etc.'

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