Multiprac offers a powerful role-based access control system, custom-built with most common security practices in the infection control domain already in place in the form of configurable roles and rules. Therefore, Multiprac users save significant time by not having to define their access control requirements from scratch. An example of Multiprac’s 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 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. Multiprac’s 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.
“Multiprac 4.5 was a significant workpiece for the Ocean Health Systems team and required vast stamina from the dedicated Multiprac team. Everyone from the developers and quality testing team, to the product and sales team members had input, which is evident in the end product’s quality,” said Leigh Hicks, Chief Operations Officer for Ocean Health Systems.
Infection Control: Monitoring significant organisms with implications for infection control including antibiotic resistant organisms.
The update includes a focus on infection. This allows the user to further record a focus of infection for a significant organism, if required. The benefits will include the ability to data mine and identify root causes of infection.
Mobile Application – Client Management
Multiprac’s 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. The updated application offers alignment of the desktop and mobile views with data collections.
View client investigation plan via mobile
Multiprac already boasts Analytical Data Repositories which help clinicians access notifications about healthcare acquired organisms on the fly, providing real-time reporting data on infection control incidents and investigations. An updated analytical reporting repository enables data mining for the following data sets
- User Management
- Facility Notification
- Occupational Exposures
- Ignored notifications
Significant Organism Data Collection
Multiprac monitors significant organisms with implications for infection control including antibiotic-resistant organisms. This update includes a focus of infection information.
Other key updates include:
- Blood Steam infection data collections to enhanced data collection.
- Updated acquisition criteria in alignment with the national standard
- Identification of total parental nutrition as a focus of infection
- Importing of practitioner via CSV file
Plus, keep a lookout for a crisp new logo and a dynamic patient and staff search from the top navigation bar and on the dashboard in available Cloud and On-Premise solutions, as well as new flexibility features that enable a user to set up a preferred view.
Get to know how Multiprac can assist in supporting your organisations’ infection control program by booking a demonstration.