Infokes in the context of developing the quality of service in public health units in Indonesia. Actively fulfilling the good agenda of mentoring, training, evaluation, and socialization. The agenda runs routinely in June 2023. One of Infokes Indonesia’s mainstay applications is the application ePuskesmas be an applicationbeneficial which often fulfill various agendas, both online and offline.
As on the agenda that was held on Monday (19/06/2023) yesterday. The Infokes Business Development Team traveled to Northern Sumatra and Aceh to meet with Deputy officials there.
In the discussion forum, Infokes and deputy representatives discussed plans for a health information system ecosystem in the regions of North Sumatra and Aceh. The team from Infokes explained about the beneficial product the others besides ePuskesmas, namely eClinic and eFarmasi.
ePuskesmas itself is a health center patient service application system that has a systemcloud computing. So that ePuskesmas can be accessed on various devices with internet access.
THIS APPLICATION HAS ALSO BEEN INTEGRATED WITH VARIOUS APPLICATIONS FROM THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH INCLUDING PCARE FROM BPJS, AND OF COURSE HAS BEEN GUARANTEED IN DATA SECURITY.
Furthermore, discussions regarding obstacles and parallel future plans were conveyed by various parties including the Regional BPJS. Infokes officer, Andri also explained and emphasized the benefits of the ePuskesmas RME system and assurance regarding the security of user data. As well as updated information regarding submission of Cons id at the BPJS for the Sumgut Aceh region. On this agenda, Infokes met with Mr. Eliza Sembiring, Head of the North Sumatra Provincial Office of Health Programs to discuss the evaluation of the RME system in the North Sumatra Region.
Both officials from the Deputy for the Regions of Sumbagut and Aceh, as well as the Head of the Program for North Sumatra, warmly welcomed the arrival of the Infokes officers and the applications they brought with them. The arrival and discussion with various parties is the first step for the North Sumatra region of Aceh to develop its health services. Of course Infokes will continue to accompany and provide excellent service so that digital-based health services can be implemented as a whole.
“The response from Mr. Yani and Mr. Eliza Sembiring was very kind, responsive and very welcoming to us. The audience and discussion was a good experience for us PT Infokes Indonesia to continue to develop our services for users,” said Elvander Melki, Tim Business Development in charge.