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The Inpatient Flow Monitor provides a view of inpatient occupancy and bed availability. Beds are charactierised as either 'Standard' meaning they generally receive patients from the Emergency Department, or 'Special Purpose' meaning they are reserved for patients with specific care requirements (for example, paediatrics, birthsuite or the ICU). These components have been designed to be able to assist with bed management as well support divisional, hospital and health service capacity escalations.


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