These metrics were among those referenced by the White House recently when discussing potential levels of need and contingency scenarios. You can view the current projections for the "curve" for Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky by using the drop down box towards to top-middle of the screen. You will then notice a few things about the graph - the solid horizontal lines are the set capacities for each state:
Purple - overall hospital bed capacity
Green - overall ICU (intensive care unit) capacity
The dotted lines of the corresponding colors represent the model's best guess as do how much of that capacity will be needed for COVID-19 patients. Additionally, the blue dotted line that closely follows the green dotted line represents the number of invasive ventilators that will be needed. The shaded regions indicate the possible range of uncertainty where our actual curve may fall depending on how well (or not well) we "flatten the curve."
The good news is that the best guess of the models puts our region in pretty good shape relative to other states nationally. The caveat is that there is a considerable amount of uncertainty in the models and that we may not exactly follow those dotted lines. That's why we have to maintain our social distancing and follow the guidelines set forth by our state governments and the CDC. Take care Cincinnati!