Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of EDXL-HAVE


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Timestamp:
01/01/11 19:09:22 (11 years ago)
Author:
Taras Klaskovsky
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  • EDXL-HAVE

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    2323Because it is standard for emergency data, which is used beside and inside Sahana.
     24Also this is
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    2526'''How it implemented in Sahana?'''
     
    2930'''What alternative standarts are exist?'''
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    31 There is no direct alternatives to EDXL-HAVE, because of highly specialized standart. Other major emergency data standarts are Common Alerting Protocol (CAP), The Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM), The National Information Exchange Model (NIEM), IEEE 1512. You can read short article about them at http://www.incident.com/cookbook/index.php/A_Roadmap_to_Emergency_Data_Standards
     32There is no direct alternatives to EDXL-HAVE, because of highly specialized standart. Other major emergency data standarts apart from EDXL are Common Alerting Protocol (CAP), The Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM), The National Information Exchange Model (NIEM), IEEE 1512. You can read short article about them at http://www.incident.com/cookbook/index.php/A_Roadmap_to_Emergency_Data_Standards
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    3334'''Who develop EDXL?'''
     
    5051A major disaster has occurred in a heavily populated city. A number of casualties are reported, and the Incident Commander (IC) needs to get a common operational picture on the status of the hospitals in the region, including the resources they can offer. The IC sends a message to the regional hospitals for an update on their status and bed availability information.
    5152Hospitals receive this request, and use their respective systems to send HAVE messages. These messages contain the status of each hospital’s emergency department, bed availability information, and the hospital’s operations and facilities. These are accepted into the IC’s Consequence Incident Management System (CIMS) tool, and similar tools used by other emergency response agencies (e.g. Computer-Aided Dispatch systems used in public safety answering points).
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    5254'''Use of HAVE during an everyday emergency'''
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    5356A car crash has occurred in a rural area resulting in two badly burned victims, according to on-scene public safety personnel. Before the EMS staff reach the scene, EMS dispatch sends a request to nearby hospitals for a status of available burn services and burn beds.
    5457A few hospitals respond to the request, and use the service coverage element in the HAVE message to specify the burn coverage available at their facilities. They in turn are able to assemble their burn teams so there is no delay in treatment. Based on the acquired information, the victims are taken to the nearest hospital with the required services.
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    5559'''Use of HAVE for preparedness'''
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    5661As part of its preparedness campaign, a state hospital association conducts monthly drills that involve participating hospitals. During the drill, a fictional scenario is presented, and hospitals are asked to respond to it.
    5762During one such drill, the scenario requires that the state hospital association compile the number of ventilators (resource) that are available in the region. On the receipt of the request, hospitals send HAVE messages to the state association. Each HAVE message specifies the number of ventilators that each hospital has available.