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The Patient Flow Monitor demonstrates the exact Emergency Department situation and activity, and allows the user to see step by step replays of all patient movements and escalations based on the patient level and area level breaches. Once you have selected your date, click on the chronological time bar at the top of the page at the time stamp in question. This will populate and display Emergency Department activity at this time. If you click on the play button the page will display all patient movements and any escalations for both patient and area level data.


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