Public Health Management



The increasing threat of serious infectious diseases cuts across borders and impacts populations from the public health level down to individual lives — fuelled by factors that include increasing antimicrobial resistance, emerging infectious diseases, globalisation, and the threat of bioterrorism.


Health Matrix delivers an integrated solution of early surveillance, investigation, follow-up and management of events affecting public health to promote health, this includes the following components:

1. Case Management
2. Outbreak Management
3. Vaccination Management

Public health management digital solution is documenting the impact of health preventive interventions by monitoring epidemics, reducing their spread and pursuing immunizations in effective ways, and this will contribute to the creation of a real-time data board at all levels in healthcare, conduct epidemiological analysis and calculate indicators related to their use to make decisions based on evidence to maintain public health and community health.

Case manager
Universal case management designed for the diverse needs among specialised investigation teams wherever an emergency is occurring.

Outbreak manager
Comprehensive data collection, visualization and analysis to facilitate investigation, management and reporting of complex outbreaks in the public arena.

Vaccination manager
Effectively monitor and manage vaccination and other preventative medicine activities for routine and mass emergency prevention scenarios.
Public Health Management components are sharing a common data set, supporting a coordinated approach to managing infection surveillance, prevention and control efforts at the mass population level to prevent current and emerging epidemic threats.

Case Mangement

The Case Manager module receives disease notifications from multiple sources. These include electronic laboratory test results via Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)interfaces for Healthcare facilities. The disease notifications are analysed by a configurable workflow engine that assesses the disease and its associated risk to determine how it should pass through the Case Manager module.

When logging into the Case Manager Module, users are presented with different dashboards depending on their role. All users are given access to a web based forms (Access to the portal) forms for reporting notifications of cases. The admin and centralized team users have user-centric dashboards summarising the status of their current case list and alerts of significant events (e.g. potential clusters, high priority notifications, investigations nearing their completion date or overdue, people under surveillance or quarantine). Users can proceed to a prioritised worklist and then on to individual investigations.