When a hospital runs out of beds, a person either gets denied treatment, may become homeless, or go to jail.
Hospitals spend 20+ minutes per patient calling around to see available beds and cannot contact all hospitals. No database of beds exists.
BedHeads does this coordination for doctors in the medium they already use -- their analog phone. They do not need to learn to use a computer. They don't need to decide which facilities to call with limited time.
Caregivers give a pin to identify themselves, and can update their bed count and hear availability of others.
Patients can use this data to find hospitals with beds, avoiding delays and $180/mile ambulance transfers.