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FEMA:A factor that may determine initial bed commitments is the number of: a) Transient patient beds, bassinets, incubators, and labor and recovery beds. b) Separate reception sites that insure that bed reports are submitted separately for each Patient Reception Area. c) Current hospital staff with duplicate privileges at other hospitals in the area or with Armed Forces Reserve Components. d) Patients that the Global Patient Movement Requirements Center can regulate immediately to a Patient Reception Area.
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User: FEMA:A factor that may determine initial bed commitments is the number of: a) Transient patient beds, bassinets, incubators, and labor and recovery beds. b) Separate reception sites that insure that bed reports are submitted separately for each Patient Reception Area. c) Current hospital staff with duplicate privileges at other hospitals in the area or with Armed Forces Reserve Components. d) Patients that the Global Patient Movement Requirements Center can regulate immediately to a Patient Reception Area.

Weegy: Patients that the Global Patient Movement Requirements Center can regulate immediately to a Patient Reception Area. . =D
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A factor that may determine initial bed commitments is the number of: Current hospital staff with duplicate privileges at other hospitals in the area or with Armed Forces Reserve Components.
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