With the recent rise in COVID-19 cases, it is critical that hospitals and the broader community have mechanisms in place to monitor not only the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients and available beds, but also to manage current and anticipated patient surges. The indicators described in this document—which were developed with significant member input and testing—will meet that purpose.
Implementation of New Hospital Surge Indicator and Surge Behavior Indicator Questions
November 19, 2020
Sit Stat Standardized Bed Definitions
These standardized bed categories were initially developed by the DOHMH-GNYHA Patient Movement Workgroup in 2015-2016. They are designed to facilitate bed matching across hospitals during emergency events that require large-scale patient movement. These definitions were extensively tested during the workgroup process and have been further tested during annual New York City exercises in 2019 and...
April 6, 2021
GNYHA Invites Hospitals to Enroll in the Sit Stat 3.0 Integration Program; FAQ Document Now Available
On March 1, GNYHA announced the statewide launch of Sit Stat 3.0, the next iteration of the Sit Stat situational awareness platform. Sit Stat 3.0 expands the existing functionality of Sit Stat 2.0 to include the ability to integrate with facility or health system bed management systems, enabling the automated flow of bed occupancy and...
March 29, 2021