NCBP receives daily data feeds from Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Poison Control, and the State Medical Asset and Resource Tracking Tool (SMARTT). To assist the Collaborative in responding as quickly and effectively as possible to public health threats, we will continue to incorporate additional data types in the future, including human, plant, food, environmental, and animal health data over a greater geographic area. If you are interested in helping NCBP to meet this goal, contact us today.
CURRENT DATA TYPES IN THE SYSTEM
Poison Control Center Data
SMARTT Hospital Bed Availability Data
NCBP Data Input & Output