Public Health

AMR Analytics 

 Monitoring antibiotic-resistant microbes (AMR) and antibiotic-resistant consumption (AMC)

The Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Analytics is an advanced analytics for monitoring the Antibiotic-Resistant Microbes (AMR) and the Antibiotic-Resistant Consumption (AMC), which helps in developing one repository for antimicrobial resistance on national or regional level.


The platform helps all healthcare stakeholders in achieving the following objectives: 

  Strengthen the knowledge and evidence base through                            surveillance and research
  Optimize the use of antimicrobial medicines for human health 
  Support patient safety and decrease infections risks
  Best utilization of all resources available

How Analytics Works?
The platform supports all healthcare organizations to send their data related to the following systems in order to be analyzed for detailed insights and future prediction: 

Patient demographics 
Patient microbiology tests and results
Patient medications

After analyzing the AMR data by the platform engine, the following outcomes and alerts are produced in order to enable the responsible team performing the corrective and preventive actions:

  Drug cost alerts
  Drug abuse alerts
  SIRs alerts 
  Reports & dashboards 
  Advanced Analytics

The platform enable AMR teams to produce WHO-GLASS (Global Antimicrobial Resistance and Use Surveillance System) Reports, and as per CDC needs and requirements, such as:

By using Machine Learning (ML) model in Health Matrix AMR analytics platform, healthcare organizations make their decisions based on the data driven forecast – it is a smart model to guide healthcare stakeholders to the right decision from AMR perspective.

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) analytics

Scalable sophisticated reports for AMR and AMC domains.

CDC and GLASS reports and charts.

Real-time data.

Forecast by data driven model.

Wide range of healthcare data sources.

Subject matter experts in AMR & AMC domains on global and national levels. 

Sample Charts 

This chart illustrates the sum of defined daily dose (DDD) and the sum of Days of Therapy (DOT) on healthcare facility level and as per the dates, where the user can drill down through the steps and interactive chart in order to produce the results.

This chart illustrates the cost of antibiotics by month, where the user can drill down into the details of such cost and against which antibiotics. That will give more clarity and will drive the financial informed decisions by healthcare stakeholders.