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Meet Multiprac Surveillance: Infection Control and Staff Health

Rule rule based surveillance of Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) and management of staff vaccinations.

Multiprac Surveillance offers a powerful role-based access control system out of the box, with most common security practices in the infection control domain already in place in the form of configurable roles and rules. Multiprac Surveillance users save significant time by not having to define their access control requirements from scratch. An example of built-in access-control concepts would be users with a State Admin role having no access to the patient’s health information. Only the user with an ICP (Infection Control Practitioner) role assigned to a healthcare facility or hospital would be given full access (Create/Read/Update) to the same facility’s patients’ health data.


Multiprac Surveillance fits into regulatory requirements and operations of providers by design. For example, healthcare providers are required to go through privacy and confidentiality agreements before they are given the ICP roles. Full training is provided to the healthcare providers who are assigned to ICP roles. The platform information management design, building on decades of research and implementation based on the open openEHR standard, decouples identifiable patient demographic data from clinical data at the actual data storage level. This separation adds more security to the overall system.

Supporting Infection Control Programs

Multiprac Surveillance and its ADR component recognise the value of both existing and new investment into analytics skills and tools. All providers implement and transition from their analytics investments, with both human skills and technology components, at their own pace. ADR’s design focuses on the most productive common denominator for a range of skills and tools, and it can support a provider in whatever direction they choose to go for their analytics requirements. Ocean’s global team regularly helps providers choose and implement different analytics solutions based on this approach.

Key Features

  • Provide automated monitoring of HAIs
  • Identify adverse trends
  • Help implement process improvement measures
  • Assess effectiveness of all interventions. 

Why Surveillance

Surveillance
Surveillance of healthcare associated, and community acquired bloodstream infections.
Infection Control
Monitoring of significant organisms with implications for infection control including antibiotic resistant organisms.
Exposure Monitoring
Documentation and monitoring of occupational exposures to blood and body fluids as well as other infectious diseases.
Contact Tracing
Automated contract tracing of patients and staff.
Customisable Alerts
Customisable rules driven notifications of potential infection outbreaks.
Staff health tracking
Staff Health record including staff health screening, immunity, vaccinations, serology and individual treatment summary.

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