ICU dashboard provided real-time display of capacity during COVID

A national tool for monitoring and sharing intensive care unit capacity that was developed during the initial COVID-19 outbreak last March and called into action in Victoria’s second wave has the ability to help with other local and national public health emergencies, its developers say.

The Critical Health Resources Information System (CHRIS) was made available to all ICUs, state and territory health departments, patient transport and retrieval agencies and also to ICUs in New Zealand following a fast development process.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: COVID-19, Medical Journal of Australia

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