The software to run the Virginia Acute Psychiatric and CSB Bed Registry “is completed. The registry will be operated by Virginia Health Information, and will “enable (community services boards) and hospital users to more efficiently search for available beds anywhere in the state. Implementation of an electronic psychiatric bed registry is among the recommendations the Secretary of Health and Human Resources made this month to Gov. Bob McDonnell to address problems uncovered by two state investigations of the attack on Sen. R. Creigh Deeds, by his son, Austin “Gus” Deeds at their home in BathCounty. Media outlets report the registry still isn’t operating, but it’s expected to go live on March 1.