Data Points

Use the drop-down menu below to find descriptions of each of the data points entered into the Portal by section.

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Section Data Point Data Upload Template Data Description Validation Rules

Staffed Bed Capacity

3a. All hospital inpatient beds

Column Header:

all_hospital_

inpatient_beds

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 6000

Total number of all staffed inpatient beds in the facility, that are currently set-up, staffed and able to be used for a patient within the reporting period. This includes all overflow, observation, and active surge/expansion beds used for inpatients. This includes ICU beds. Include any surge/hallway/overflow beds that are open for use for a patient, regardless of whether they are occupied or available.

3a. All hospital inpatient beds must be greater than or equal to 3c. All inpatient pediatric beds.

 

3a. All hospital inpatient beds must be greater than or equal to 5a. ICU beds.

 

3a. All hospital inpatient beds must be greater than or equal to the sum of 3b. Adult hospital inpatient beds and 3c. All inpatient pediatric beds.

Staffed Bed Capacity

3b. Adult hospital inpatient beds

Column Header:

all_adult_

hospital_

inpatient_beds

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 6000

Total number of all staffed adult inpatient beds in the facility, that are currently set-up, staffed and able to be used for a patient within the reporting period. This includes all overflow, observation, and active surge/expansion beds used for inpatients. This includes ICU beds. Include any surge/hallway/overflow beds that are open for use for a patient, regardless of whether they are occupied or available. This is a subset of #3a.

3b. Adult hospital inpatient beds must be less than or equal to 3a. All hospital inpatient beds.

 

3b. Adult hospital inpatient beds must be greater than or equal to 5b. Adult ICU beds.

Staffed Bed Capacity 3c. All inpatient pediatric beds Column Header: all_pediatric_inpatient_beds

Acceptable Values:
0 - 6000

Total number of pediatric beds in the facility that are currently set-up, staffed and able to be used for a patient within the reporting period. This count includes occupied and unoccupied inpatient pediatric beds including both PICU and med-surge beds (beds in which medical or surgical pediatric patients may be routinely placed). Include any surge/hallway/overflow beds that are open for use for a patient, regardless of whether they are occupied or available. This count excludes NICU, newborn nursery beds, and outpatient surgery beds. This is a subset of #3a.
This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

3c. All inpatient pediatric beds must be less than or equal to 3a. All hospital inpatient beds.

3c. All inpatient pediatric beds must be greater than or equal to 5c. pediatric ICU beds.

 

Note: These validation rules will be revisited as the January 6th, 2022 revision is implemented.

Staffed Bed Capacity

4a. All hospital inpatient bed occupancy

Column Header:

all_hospital_

inpatient_bed_

occupied

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 6000

Total number of staffed inpatient beds that are occupied. This reflects occupancy levels for beds reported in #3a.

4a. All hospital inpatient bed occupancy must be greater than or equal to 4c. Pediatric inpatient bed occupancy.

 

4a. All hospital inpatient bed occupancy must be greater than or equal to 6a. ICU bed occupancy.

 

4a. All hospital inpatient bed occupancy must be greater than or equal to the sum of 4b. Adult hospital inpatient bed occupancy and 4c. Pediatric inpatient bed occupancy.

Staffed Bed Capacity

4b. Adult hospital inpatient bed occupancy

Column Header:

all_adult_

hospital_

inpatient_bed_

occupied

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 5000

Total number of staffed inpatient adult beds that are occupied.

4b. Adult hospital inpatient bed occupancy must be less than or equal to 4a. All hospital inpatient bed occupancy.

 

4b. Adult hospital inpatient bed occupancy must be greater than or equal to 6b. Adult ICU bed occupancy.

Staffed Bed Capacity 4c. Pediatric inpatient bed occupancy

Column Header: all_pediatric_inpatient_bed_occupied

 

Acceptable Values:
0 - 5000

Total number of set-up and staffed inpatient pediatric beds that are occupied by a patient. Includes both PICU and med-surge beds (beds in which medical or surgical pediatric patients may be routinely placed). Include any surge/hallway/overflow beds that are open for use. This count excludes NICU, newborn nursery, and outpatient surgery beds. This is a subset of #4a, and reflects occupancy levels for beds reported in #3c.
This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

4c. Pediatric inpatient bed occupancy must be less than or equal to 4a. All hospital inpatient bed occupancy.

4c. Pediatric inpatient bed occupancy must be greater than or equal to 6c. pediatric ICU bed occupancy.

Note: These validation rules will be revisited as the January 6th, 2022 revision is implemented.

Staffed Bed Capacity 5a. ICU beds

Column Header:

total_staffed_

icu_beds

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Total number of ICU beds that are currently set-up, staffed and are or could be used for a patient within the reporting period. This count includes occupied and unoccupied ICU beds. This is a subset of #3a, and includes the values for #5b and #5c.

 

Note: All ICU beds should be considered, regardless of the unit on which the bed is housed. This includes ICU beds located in non-ICU locations, such as mixed acuity units.

5a. ICU beds must be less than or equal to 3a. All hospital inpatient beds.

 

5a. ICU beds must be greater than or equal to 5c. Pediatric ICU beds.

 

5a. ICU beds must be greater than or equal to the sum of 5b. Adult ICU beds and 5c. Pediatric ICU beds.

Staffed Bed Capacity 5b. Adult ICU beds

Column Header:

total_staffed_

adult_icu_beds

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Total number of staffed adult inpatient ICU beds that are currently set-up, staffed and are or could be used for a patient within the reporting period. This count includes occupied and unoccupied ICU beds. This is a subset of #3b and #5a. Any beds counted in #5b should NOT be counted in #5c.

 

Note: All adult ICU beds should be considered, regardless of the unit on which the bed is housed. This includes ICU beds located in non-ICU locations, such as mixed acuity units..

5b. Adult ICU beds must be less than or equal to 5a. ICU beds.

Staffed Bed Capacity 5c. Pediatric ICU beds Column Header:
total_staffed_pediatric_icu_beds

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Total number of pediatric ICU beds in the facility that are currently set-up, staffed and are or could be used for a patient within the reporting period. This count includes occupied and unoccupied ICU beds, including any ICU beds that are, or could be, staffed and used for a pediatric patient. This count excludes NICU, newborn nursery, and outpatient surgery beds. This is a subset of #3c. and #5a. Any beds counted in #5c. should NOT be counted in #5b. This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

Note: All pediatric ICU beds should be considered, regardless of the unit on which the bed is housed. This includes ICU beds located in non-ICU locations, such as mixed acuity units.

5c. Pediatric ICU beds must be less than or equal to 5a. ICU Beds.

 

5c. Pediatric ICU beds must be less than or equal to 3c. All inpatient pediatric beds.

Note: These validation rules will be revisited as the January 6th, 2022 revision is implemented.

Staffed Bed Capacity 6a. ICU bed occupancy

Column Header:

staffed_icu_

bed_occupancy

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Total number of staffed inpatient ICU beds that are occupied. This is a subset of #4a.

6a. ICU bed occupancy must be less than or equal to 4a. All hospital inpatient bed occupancy.

 

6a. ICU bed occupancy must be greater than or equal to the sum of 6b. Adult ICU bed occupancy and 6c. Pediatric ICU bed occupancy.

 

Staffed Bed Capacity

6b. Adult ICU bed occupancy

Column Header:

staffed_adult_

icu_bed_

occupancy

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Total number of staffed inpatient adult ICU beds that are occupied. This is also a subset of #4b.

6b. Adult ICU bed occupancy must be less than or equal to 6a. ICU bed occupancy.

Staffed Bed Capacity

6c. Pediatric ICU bed occupancy

Column Header: staffed_pediatric_icu_bed_occupancy

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Total number of set-up and staffed pediatric ICU beds occupied by a patient. This count excludes NICU, newborn nursery, and outpatient surgery beds. This is subset of #4c and #6a. This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

Note: All pediatric ICU beds should be considered, regardless of the unit on which the bed is housed. This includes ICU beds located in non-ICU locations, such as mixed acuity units.

6c. Pediatric ICU bed occupancy must be less than or equal to 6a ICU bed occupancy.

6c. Pediatric ICU bed occupancy must be less than or equal to 4c pediatric inpatient bed occupancy.


Note: These validation rules will be revisited as the January 6th, 2022 revision is implemented.

Hospitalizations

9a. Total hospitalized adult suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients

Column Header:

total_adult_

patients_

hospitalized_

confirmed_

and_

suspected_

covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1000

Patients currently hospitalized in an adult inpatient bed who have laboratory-confirmed or suspected COVID-19. Include those in observation beds.

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.

 
Hospitalizations

9b. Hospitalized adult laboratory-confirmed-positive COVID patients

Column Header:

total_adult_

patients_

hospitalized_

confirmed_

covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 6000

Patients currently hospitalized in an adult inpatient bed who have laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Include those in observation beds. Include patients who have both laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 and laboratory-confirmed influenza in this field.

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.

9b. Hospitalized adult confirmed-positive COVID patients must be less than or equal to 9a. Total hospitalized adult suspected or confirmed positive COVID patients.

Hospitalizations

10a. Total hospitalized pediatric suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients

Column Header:

total_pediatric_

patients_

hospitalized_

confirmed_

and_

suspected_

covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 200

Patients currently hospitalized in a pediatric inpatient bed, including, NICU, PICU, newborn, and nursery, who are suspected or laboratory-

confirmed-positive for COVID-19. Include those in observation beds.

 
Hospitalizations

10b. Hospitalized pediatric laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients

Column Header:

total_pediatric_

patients_

hospitalized_

confirmed_

covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Patients currently hospitalized in a pediatric inpatient bed, including NICU, PICU, newborn, and nursery, who have laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Include those in observation beds. Include patients who have both laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 and laboratory-confirmed influenza in this field.

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.

10b. Hospitalized pediatric confirmed-positive COVID patients must be less than or equal to 10a. Total hospitalized pediatric suspected or confirmed positive COVID patients.

Hospitalizations

11. Hospitalized and ventilated COVID-19 patients

Column Header:

hospitalized_

and_

ventilated_

covid_patients

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Patients currently hospitalized in an adult, pediatric or neonatal inpatient bed who have suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 and are on a mechanical ventilator (as defined in 7 above).

 
Hospitalizations

12a. Total ICU adult suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients

Column Header:

staffed_icu_

adult_

patients_

confirmed_

and_

suspected_

covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Patients currently hospitalized in a designated adult ICU bed who have suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.

 
Hospitalizations 12b. Hospitalized ICU adult laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients

Column Header:

staffed_icu_

adult_patients_

confirmed_

covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Patients currently hospitalized in an adult ICU bed who have laboratory-confirmed COVID-19. Include patients who have both laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 and laboratory-confirmed influenza in this field.

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.

Hospitalizations

12c. Hospitalized ICU pediatric laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients

Column Header: staffed_icu_pediatric_patients_confirmed_covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1500

Total number of pediatric ICU beds occupied by laboratory confirmed positive COVID-19 patients. This is a subset of #6c, occupied pediatric ICU beds.
This count excludes NICU, newborn nursery, and outpatient surgery beds.
This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.

Note: These validation rules will be revisited as the January 6th, 2022 revision is implemented.

Hospitalizations

13. Hospital Onset

Column Header:

hospital_onset

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1000

Total current inpatients with onset of suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 fourteen or more days after admission for a condition other than COVID-19.

 
Emergency Department

19. Previous day's total ED visits

Column Header:

previous_day_

total_ED_visits

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 3000

Enter the total number of patient visits to the ED who were seen on the previous calendar day regardless of reason for visit. Include all patients who are triaged even if they leave before being seen by a provider.

 
Emergency Department

20. Previous day's total COVID-19-related ED visits

Column Header:

previous_day_

covid_ED_visits

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1000

Enter the total number of ED visits who were seen on the previous calendar day who had a visit related to COVID-19 (meets suspected or confirmed definition or presents for COVID diagnostic testing – do not count patients who present for pre-procedure screening).

20. Previous day's COVID-19-related ED visits must be less than or equal to 19. Previous day's total ED visits.

Previous Day's Admissions

17a. Total Adult

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1000

Enter the number of patients who were admitted to an adult inpatient bed on the previous calendar day who had confirmed COVID-19 at the time of admission. This is a subset of #9b. As a subset, provide the breakdown by age bracket.

17a. Total adult must be greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets.

Previous Day's Admissions

18 - 19

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_18_19

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 18-19.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

20 - 29

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_20_29

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 20-29.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

30 - 39

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_30_39

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 30-39.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

40 - 49

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_40_49

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 40-49.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

50 - 59

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_50_59

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 50-59.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

60 - 69

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_60_69

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 60-69.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

70 - 79

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_70_79

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 200

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 70-79.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

80+

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_80_plus

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 80+.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

Unknown

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

confirmed_

unknown

 

Acceptable Values:

This field is automatically calculated

The patients whose ages are unknown.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

17b. Total adult

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 2000

Enter the number of patients who were admitted to an adult inpatient bed on the previous calendar day who had suspected COVID-19 at the time of admission. This is a subset of #9a. As a subset, provide the breakdown by age bracket.

17b. Total adult must be greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets.

Previous Day's Admissions

18 - 19

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_18_19

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 18-19.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

20 - 29

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_20_29

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 200

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 20-29.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

30 - 39

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_30_39

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 200

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 30-39.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

40 - 49

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_40_49

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 300

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 40-49.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

50 - 59

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_50_59

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 300

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 50-59.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

60 - 69

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_60_69

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 300

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 60-69.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

70 - 79

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_70_79

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 200

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 70-79.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

80+

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_80_plus

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 400

Note that 17a. Total Adult must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 80+.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

Unknown

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

adult_covid_

suspected_

unknown_age

 

Acceptable Values:

This field is automatically calculated

The patients whose ages are unknown.

 

Previous Day's Admissions

18a. Previous day's pediatric admissions with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

pediatric_

covid_

confirmed

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1000

Enter the number of pediatric patients (patients 0 – 17 years old) who were admitted to an inpatient bed (regardless of whether the bed is designated as pediatric vs adult), including NICU, PICU, newborn, and nursery, on the previous calendar day who had laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 at the time of admission.

 

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.

18a. Previous day's pediatric admissions with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 must be greater than or equal to the sum of all age brackets.

Previous Day's Admissions

18b. Previous day's pediatric admissions with suspected COVID-19

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

pediatric_

covid_

suspected

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 9999

Enter the number of pediatrics patients (patients 0 – 17 years old) who were admitted to an inpatient bed (regardless of whether the bed is designated as pediatric vs adult), including NICU, PICU, newborn, and nursery, on the previous calendar day who had suspected COVID-19 at the time of admission. This is a subset of #10a.

 
Previous Day's Admissions

18c. Previous day’s pediatric admissions with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 breakdown by age group

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

pediatric_

covid_

confirmed

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1000

Enter the number of patients, by age group, who were admitted to an inpatient or ICU bed on the previous calendar day who had laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 at the time of admission. The summary of age breakdowns should be identical to #18a. This includes patients ages 0-4, 5-11, and 12-17 years old admitted to any inpatient bed, regardless of whether the bed is designated as pediatric vs. adult. This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

 

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19.

18c. Previous day's pediatric admissions with laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 must be greater than or equal to the sum of all age brackets.
Previous Day's Admissions 0-4 Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

pediatric_covid_

confirmed_0_4

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 18a. Total Pediatric must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 0-4.  
Previous Day's Admissions 5-11 Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

pediatric_covid_

confirmed_5_11

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 18a. Total Pediatric must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 5-11  
Previous Day's Admissions 12-17 Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

pediatric_covid_

confirmed_12_17

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Note that 18a. Total Pediatric must greater than or equal to sum of all age brackets

The patients aged 12-17  
Previous Day's Admissions Unknown Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

pediatric_covid_

confirmed_

unknown

 

Acceptable Values:

This field is automatically calculated

Unknown  
Therapeutics

39a. Current inventory on hand (in courses)

Column Header:

on_hand_supply_

Therapeutic_A_courses

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 10,000

Enter the number of therapeutic A courses currently in inventory. This field has been designated as Casirivimab/Indevimab and is required as of 1/8/2021.

See Appendix D for additional information on therapeutic reporting.

 
Therapeutics

39b. Courses administered in the last week

Column Header:

previous_week_

Therapeutic_A_courses_used

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 5,000

Enter the number of therapeutic A courses used in the previous week (preferred week: Wednesday-Tuesday) in an inpatient, ED, overflow, or outpatient location such as an urgent care, infusion center, or outpatient clinic. This field has been designated as Casirivimab/Imdevimab and is required as of 1/8/2021.

 

See Appendix D for additional information on therapeutic reporting.

 
Therapeutics

40a. Current Inventory on hand (in courses)

Column Header:

on_hand_supply_

Therapeutic_C_courses

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 10,000

Enter the number of therapeutic C courses currently in inventory. This field has been designated as Bamlanivimab/Etsevimab and is required as of 4/07/2021.

 

See Appendix D for additional information on therapeutic reporting.

 
Therapeutics

40b. Courses administered in the last week

Column Header:

previous_week_

Therapeutic_C_courses_used

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 5,000

Enter the number of therapeutic C courses used in the previous week (preferred week: Wednesday-Tuesday) in an inpatient, ED, overflow, or outpatient location such as an urgent care, infusion center, or outpatient clinic. This field has been designated as Bamlanivimab/Etsevimab and is required as of 4/07/2021.

 

See Appendix D for additional therapeutic reporting information.

 
Therapeutics

40c. Therapeutic D courses on hand

Column Header:

on_hand_supply_

Therapeutic_D_courses

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 10,000

Enter the number of therapeutic D courses currently in inventory. This field has been designated as Sotrovimab and is required as of 1/19/2022.

See Appendix D for additional information.

 
Therapeutics

40d. Therapeutic D Courses administered in the last week

Column Header:

previous_week_

Therapeutic_D_courses_used

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 5,000

Enter the number of therapeutic D courses used in the previous calendar week (preferred week Wednesday-Tuesday) in an inpatient, ED, overflow, or outpatient location such as an urgent care, infusion center, or outpatient clinic. This field has been designated as Sotrovimab and is required as of 1/19/2022.

 

See Appendix D for additional therapeutic reporting information.

 
Staff

24. Critical staffing shortage anticipated within a week (Y/N)

Column Header:

critical_

staffing_

shortage_

anticipated_

within_week

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

Enter Y if you anticipate a critical staffing shortage within a week. Enter N if you do not anticipate a staffing shortage within a week. If you do not report this value, the default is N. If you have a shortage, report Y until the shortage is resolved.

 

Each facility should identify staffing shortages based on their facility needs and internal policies for staffing ratios. The use of temporary staff does not count as a staffing shortage if staffing ratios are met according to the facility’s needs and internal policies for staffing ratios.

 
PPE 27b. N95 Respirators

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

n95_

respirators_in_days

 

Acceptable Values:

• 0 days

• 1-3 days

• 4-6 days

• 7-14 days

• 15-30 days

• >30 days

N95 - days on hand

 
PPE

27c. Surgical and procedure masks

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

surgical_

masks_in_

days

 

Acceptable Values:

• 0 days

• 1-3 days

• 4-6 days

• 7-14 days

• 15-30 days

• >30 days

Surgical masks days on hand.

 
PPE

27d. Eye protection including face shields and goggles

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

eye_protection_

in_days

 

Acceptable Values:

• 0 days

• 1-3 days

• 4-6 days

• 7-14 days

• 15-30 days

• >30 days

Face shields days on hand.

 
PPE 27e. Single-use gowns

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

single_use_

surgical_gowns_

in_days

 

Acceptable Values:

• 0 days

• 1-3 days

• 4-6 days

• 7-14 days

• 15-30 days

• >30 days

Surgical gowns days on hand.

 
PPE

27f. Exam gloves (sterile and non-sterile)

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

gloves_in_days

 

Acceptable Values:

• 0 days

• 1-3 days

• 4-6 days

• 7-14 days

• 15-30 days

• >30 days

Gloves days on hand.

 
PPE 30c. N95 respirators

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

n95_masks

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Yes or No or N/A

 
PPE

30e. Surgical and procedure masks

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

3day_surgical_

masks

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Yes or No or N/A

 
PPE

30f. Eye protection including face shields and goggles

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

3day_eye_

protection

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Yes or No or N/A

 
PPE 30g. Single-use gowns

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

3day_single_

use_gowns

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Yes or No or N/A

 
PPE 30h. Exam gloves

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

3day_gloves

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Yes or No or N/A

 
Influenza

33. Total hospitalized patients with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection (Optional)

Column Header:

total_

patients_

hospitalized_

confirmed_

influenza

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 200

Enter the total number of patients (adult and pediatric) currently hospitalized in an inpatient bed who have laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection. Include inpatient, overflow, observation, ED, ED awaiting orders for an inpatient bed, active surge/expansion, ICU, NICU, PICU, newborn and nursery. This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed influenza.

 
Influenza

34. Previous day’s admissions with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection (Optional)

Column Header:

previous_day_

admission_

influenza_

confirmed

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Enter the total number of patients (adult and pediatric) who were admitted to an inpatient bed on the previous calendar day who had laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection at the time of admission. Include inpatient, overflow, observation, ED, ED awaiting orders for an inpatient bed, active surge/expansion, ICU, NICU, PICU, newborn and nursery. This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed influenza.

 
Influenza

35. Total hospitalized ICU patients with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection (Optional)

Column Header:

icu_patients_

confirmed_

influenza

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Enter the total number of patients (adult and pediatric) currently hospitalized in a designated ICU bed with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection. This is a subset of #33—this value should not exceed the value in #33.
This field is required as of 2/2/2022.

 

See Appendix D for the definition of laboratory-confirmed influenza.

35. Total hospitalized ICU patients with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection must be less than or equal to 33. Total hospitalized patients with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection.

Vaccinations

41. Previous week’s COVID-19 vaccination doses administered to healthcare personnel by your facility (Regardless of series or single-dose vaccine

Column Header:

previous_week_

personnel_covid_vaccinated_doses_

administered

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

For the previous week, enter the number of COVID-19 vaccination doses administered to any healthcare personnel in the previous week by your facility. Enter the count of all doses administered (first in a multi-series vaccine, second or final in a multi-series vaccine, or single-dose vaccine). For the first week of reporting, include all doses given up to that date.

 

Vaccinations

42. Current healthcare personnel who have not yet received any COVID-19 vaccination doses

Column Header:

total_personnel_

covid_vaccinated_

doses_none

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

Enter the number of healthcare personnel serving your facility, who have not yet received any kind of vaccine dose (first in a multi-series, single-dose vaccine, etc.). This field is meant to represent personnel who have not had a single vaccine dose yet regardless of where the vaccine is administered. (your facility or elsewhere).

 

Vaccinations

43. Current healthcare personnel who have received one in a series of COVID-19 vaccination doses

Column Header:

total_personnel_

covid_vaccinated_

doses_one

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

Enter the current total number of healthcare personnel serving your facility, who have received the first dose of a multi-series COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of where the dose was administered (your facility or elsewhere). This field is meant to represent those who are partially vaccinated, defined as having begun but not completed the vaccination process. Do not include those who received a single-dose vaccine in this field or those who have received more than one dose or a completed multi-dose series.

 

Vaccinations

44. Current healthcare personnel who have received a completed series of a COVID-19 vaccination or a single-dose vaccination

Column Header:

total_personnel_

covid_vaccinated_

doses_all

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

Enter the current total number of healthcare personnel serving your facility, who are fully vaccinated, defined as having received a completed series of a COVID-19 vaccination or a single-dose vaccination. This field is meant to represent those who have completed the COVID-19 vaccination process, regardless of where it was administered (your facility or elsewhere) and regardless of how many doses are needed to complete the vaccination series.

 

Vaccinations

45. Total number of current healthcare personnel

Column Header:

total_personnel

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

Enter the current total number of healthcare personnel serving your facility. Healthcare personnel include all paid and unpaid persons serving in your healthcare setting who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials.

 

Vaccinations

46. Previous week’s number of patients and other non-healthcare personnel who received the first dose in a multi-series of COVID-19 vaccination doses

Column Header:

previous_week_

patients_covid_

vaccinated_doses_

one

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

For the previous week, enter the number of patients and other non-healthcare personnel, defined as any person who is not a healthcare worker at your facility, who received the first dose in a multi-series of COVID-19 vaccination doses administered in your facility. The vaccination can occur for an inpatient, outpatient, or community clinic visitor if the doses were allocated to and administered by the facility.

This field is meant to represent those who have begun but not completed the vaccination process. Do not include those who have had the second or final dose of a multi-dose vaccination series or those who have had a single-dose vaccination.

For the first week of reporting, include all doses given up to that date.

 

Vaccinations

47. Previous week’s number of patients who received the final dose in a series of COVID-19 vaccination doses or the single-dose vaccine by your facility.

Column Header:

previous_week_

patients_covid_

vaccinated_doses_

all

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

For the previous week, enter the number of patients, defined as any person who is not a healthcare worker at your facility, who received the final dose in a multi-series of COVID-19 vaccination doses or the single-dose vaccine administered by your facility. This field is meant to represent those who have completed the COVID-19 vaccination process. The vaccination can occur for an inpatient, outpatient, or community clinic visitor if the doses were allocated to and administered by the facility.

 

Federally Inactive

2a. All hospital beds

Column Header:

all_hospital_

beds

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 7500

Total number of all staffed inpatient and outpatient beds in your hospital, including all overflow, observation, and active surge/expansion beds used for inpatients and for outpatients (includes all ICU, ED, observation, NICU, PICU, newborn, and nursery).

Federally Inactive

2b. All adult hospital beds

Column Header:

all_adult_

hospital_beds

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 7500

Total number of all staffed inpatient and outpatient adult beds in your hospital, including all overflow and active surge/expansion beds for inpatients and for outpatients (includes all ICU, ED, and observation).

Federally Inactive

7. Total mechanical ventilators

Column Header:

mechanical_

ventilators

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 2000

Enter the total number (in use and not in use) of all mechanical ventilators, including adult, pediatric, neonatal ventilators, anesthesia machines and portable/transport ventilators available in the facility. Include BiPAP machines if the hospital uses BiPAP to deliver positive pressure ventilation via artificial airways.

7. Total mechanical ventilators must be greater than or equal to 8. Mechanical ventilators in use.

Federally Inactive

8. Mechanical ventilators in use

Column Header:

mechanical_

ventilators_

in_use

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 800

Enter the total number of mechanical ventilators in use at the time the data are collected, including adult, pediatric, neonatal ventilators, anesthesia machines and portable/transport ventilators. Include BiPAP machines if the hospital uses BiPAP to deliver positive pressure ventilation via artificial airways.

Federally Inactive 14. ED/overflow

Column Header:

ed_or_

overflow

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1000

Patients with suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 who are currently in the Emergency Department (ED) or any overflow location awaiting inpatient bed.

 
Federally Inactive

15. ED/overflow and ventilated

Column Header:

ed_or_

overflow_and_

ventilated

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 200

Patients with suspected or laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 who currently are in the ED or any overflow location awaiting an inpatient bed and on a mechanical ventilator. This is a subset of #14.

15. ED/overflow and ventilated must be less than or equal to 14. ED/overflow.

Federally Inactive

16. Previous day's COVID-19 deaths

Column Header:

previous_day_

deaths_covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 1000

Number of patients with suspected or laboratory confirmed COVID-19 who died on the previous calendar day in the hospital, ED, or any overflow location.

Federally Inactive 21. Previous day's Remdesivir used

Column Header:

previous_day_

remdesivir_

used

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

Enter the number of remdesivir vials used on the previous calendar day in an inpatient, ED, and/or overflow location

 

Federally Inactive 22. Current inventory of Remdesivir

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_

remdesivir_

vials

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 999999

Enter the number of remdesivir vials in inventory at 11:59pm on the previous calendar day in the hospital pharmacy

 

Federally Inactive

23. Critical staffing shortage today (Y/N)

Column Header:

critical_

staffing_

shortage_today

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

Select "Yes" if you have a critical staffing shortage today. Select "No" if you do not have a staffing shortage today.

 

If you do not report this value, the default is "No". If you have a shortage, report this daily until the shortage is resolved.

 

Each facility should identify staffing shortages based on their facility needs and internal policies for staffing ratios. The use of temporary staff does not count as a staffing shortage if staffing ratios are met according to the facility’s needs and internal policies for staffing ratios.

(Environmental services, nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, physicians, other licensed independent practitioners, temporary physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, and pharmacists phlebotomists, other critical healthcare personnel).

 
Federally Inactive

25. Staffing shortage details (Optional)

Column Header:

staffing_

shortage_

details

 

Acceptable Values:

This field is optional

(Free text entry)
 
Federally Inactive

26. Are your PPE supply items managed (purchased, allocated, and/or stored) at the facility level or, if you are part of a health system, at the health system level (or other multiple facility group)?

Column Header:

PPE_supply_

management_

source

 

Acceptable Values:

• Facility

• System

Check the response below which reflects the management of PPE for your facility (including purchasing, allocation, and/or storage):

 

  • Health system level or multiple-hospital group (e.g., PPE purchased at the health system level, par levels managed centrally, in stock supply available at another system location such as a central warehouse). Select "System" for this choice.

  • Facility level (e.g., PPE purchased by your individual facility, par levels managed at the facility-level, in stock supply is all on-site). Select "Facility" for this choice."

 
Federally Inactive

27a. Ventilator Supplies

Column Header:

on_hand_

ventilator_

supplies_in_

days

 

Acceptable Values:

• 0 days

• 1-3 days

• 4-6 days

• 7-14 days

• 15-30 days

• >30 days

How many days of ventilator supplies are on hand?

 
Federally Inactive 28a. N95 Respirators

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

n95_

respirators_

in_units

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 50000000

The total N95 masks count.

 

Federally Inactive

28b. Other respirators such as PAPRs or elastomerics

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

PAPR_in_units

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 9999999

Total PAPR available.

 

Federally Inactive

28c. Surgical and procedure masks

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

surgical_

masks_in_

units

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 50000000

Total surgical masks count.

Federally Inactive

28d. Eye protection including face shields and goggles

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

eye_

protection_in_units

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 50000000

Total face shields available.

 

Federally Inactive 28e. Single-use gowns

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

single_use_

surgical_

gowns_in_units

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 9999999

Total surgical gowns available.

Federally Inactive

28f. Launderable Gowns

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

launderable_

surgical_

gowns_in_units

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 9999999

Total launderable gowns available.

 

Federally Inactive

28g. Exam gloves (single)

Column Header:

on_hand_

supply_of_

gloves_in_

units

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 50000000

Total gloves available.

 

Federally Inactive

29a. Ventilator supplies (any supplies excluding medications)

Column Header:

able_to_obtain_

ventilator_

supplies

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Able to obtain the item?

 
Federally Inactive

29b. Ventilator medications

Column Header:

able_to_obtain_

ventilator_

medications

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Able to obtain the item?

 
Federally Inactive 29c. N95 respirators

Column Header:

able_to_obtain_

n95_masks

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Are you able to obtain N95 masks?

 
Federally Inactive

29d. Other respirators such as PAPRs and elastomerics

Column Header:

able_to_

obtain_PAPRs

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Are you able to obtain PAPR?

 
Federally Inactive 29e. Surgical and procedure masks

Column Header:

able_to_

obtain_

surgical_masks

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Are you able to obtain surgical masks?

 
Federally Inactive

29f. Eye protection including face shields and goggles

Column Header:

able_to_

obtain_eye_

protection

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Are you able to obtain face shields?

 
Federally Inactive 29g. Single-use gowns

Column Header:

able_to_

obtain_single_

use_gowns

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Are you able to obtain surgical gowns?

 
Federally Inactive 29h. Exam gloves

Column Header:

able_to_

obtain_gloves

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Are you able to obtain gloves?

 
Federally Inactive

29i. Are you able to maintain a supply of launderable gowns?

Column Header:

able_to_

obtain_

launderable_

gowns

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Are you able to maintain a supply of launderable gowns?

 
Federally Inactive

30a. Ventilator supplies (any supplies excluding medications)

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

ventilator_

3day_supplies

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Can maintain a three day supply of the item?

 
Federally Inactive

30b. Ventilator medications

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

ventilator_

3day_

medications

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Can maintain a three day supply of the item?

 
Federally Inactive

30d. Other respirators such as PAPRs or elastomerics

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

3day_PAPRs

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Yes or No or N/A

 
Federally Inactive

30i. Laboratory - nasal pharyngeal swabs

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

3day_lab_

nasal_

pharyngeal_

swabs

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Nasal pharyngeal swabs can maintain three day supply.

 
Federally Inactive 30j. Laboratory - nasal swabs

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

lab_nasal_

swabs

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Nasal swabs can maintain three day supply.

 
Federally Inactive

30k. Laboratory - viral transport media

Column Header:

able_to_

maintain_

3day_lab_

viral_transport_

media

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Viral transport media can maintain three day supply.

 
Federally Inactive

31a. Reusable/

launderable isolaction gowns (Optional)

Column Header:

reusable_

isolation_

gowns_used

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Currently re-using launderable gowns or implementing extended use?

 
Federally Inactive

31b. PAPRs or elastomerics (Optional)

Column Header:

reusable_

PAPRs_or_

elastomerics_

used

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Currently re-using PAPRs or implementing extended use?

 
Federally Inactive 31c. N95 respirators (Optional)

Column Header:

reusuable_

n95_masks_

used

 

Acceptable Values:

• Yes

• No

• N/A

Currently re-using N95 Masks or implementing extended use?

 
Federally Inactive

32. If there are any critical issues, such as supply, staffing, capacity, or other issues about which you would like to receive direct contact, please explain here. (Optional)

Column Header:

anticipated_

medical_

supply_

medication_

shortages

 

Acceptable Values:

This field is optional.

(Free text entry)

 
Federally Inactive

36. Total hospitalized patients co-infected with BOTH laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 AND laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection (Optional)

Column Header:

total_patients_

hospitalized_

confirmed_

influenza_and_covid

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 200

Only enter the total number of patients (adult and pediatric) currently hospitalized in an inpatient bed, who are co-infected with BOTH laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 AND laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection. Include inpatient, overflow, observation, ED awaiting orders for an inpatient bed, active surge/expansion, ICU, NICU, PICU, newborn and nursery. This is a subset of #9b/10b and #33. This value should not exceed the value in #33.

 
Federally Inactive

37. Previous day’s influenza deaths (laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection) (Optional)

Column Header:

previous_day_

deaths_

influenza

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Enter the total number of patients (adult and pediatric) with laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection who died on the previous calendar day in the hospital, ED, or any overflow location. Include inpatient, overflow, observation, ED awaiting orders for an inpatient bed, active surge/expansion, ICU, NICU, PICU, newborn and nursery.

37. Previous day's influenza deaths must be greater than or equal to 38. Previous day's deaths with both laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 and influenza.

Federally Inactive

38. Previous day’s deaths for patients co-infected with both COVID-19 AND laboratory-confirmed influenza virus (Optional)

Column Header:

previous_day_

deaths_covid_

and_influenza

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 100

Enter the total number of patients (adult and pediatric) who were co-infected with BOTH laboratory-confirmed influenza virus infection AND laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 who died on the previous calendar day in the hospital, ED, or any overflow location. Include inpatient, overflow, observation, ED awaiting orders for an inpatient bed, active surge/expansion, ICU, NICU, PICU, newborn and nursery. This is a subset of #16 and #37. Its value should not exceed the value in #37.

Federally Inactive

39c. Current Inventory on hand (in courses) (Optional)

Column Header:

on_hand_supply_

Therapeutic_B_courses

 

Acceptable Values:

0 - 10,000

Enter the number of therapeutic B courses currently in inventory. This field has been designated as Bamlanivimab and is mandatory as of 1/8/2021. Do NOT count Bamlanivimab vials/courses here that are part of the combination Bamlanivimab / Etesevimab product.

Federally Inactive

39d. Courses administered in the last week (Optional)

Column Header:

previous_week_

Therapeutic_B_courses_used

 

Acceptable Values:

0

Enter the number of therapeutic B courses used in the previous calendar week in an inpatient, ED, overflow, or outpatient location, such as an urgent care, infusion center, or outpatient clinic. This field has been designated as Bamlanivimab and is mandatory as of 1/8/2021. Do NOT enter Bamlanivimab vials/courses here that are part of the combination Bamlanivimab / Etesevimab product.