At the end of February 2023, Infokes is still intense in improving the quality of health services in the community. As many as three Business Development teams departed for different areas in West Java, starting three days from Tuesday (21/02/2023) for an agenda to evaluate Infokes applications that are being implemented by public health units including puskesmas and clinics.
The areas where the agenda will be implemented include Tasimalaya, Bandung, Cimahi and Majalengka.
On February 21, two teams left for Tasikmalaya and Cimindi. The evaluation carried out in Tasikmalaya Regency invited the health center and health office of Tasikmalaya Regency, led by Apris as the evaluation companion. Meanwhile, another team visited the Asryfa 2 Cimindi clinic for an eClinic evaluation.
The evaluation carried out in the Tasikmalaya Regency ended in a discussion and a request, namely the Health Office and the head of the puskesmas wanted the ePuskesmas application to be maximized in the context of one health data for the District Health Office. Tasik so that existing data can be integrated and easily accessed.
The evaluation agenda was carried out two days later, namely February 23, two other teams covered Majalengka and Bandung Regencies. The Primary Hikmah 2 Clinic in Bandung City was visited as part of the eClinic evaluation agenda.
While the visit to Majalengka Regency was carried out for friendly relations with the Health Office of Majalengka Regency. The discussion of the 2023 cooperation contract between Kab, Majalengka and Infokes will continue. Likewise the Cooperation Contract with LABKESDA Majalengka.
The evaluation in each area went smoothly, the discussion reached a point where both benefited.
“The evaluation carried out in Majalengka Regency and Tasik Regency is a form of our collaborative commitment, that Infokes will continue to always assist health service units in Indonesia so they can immediately improve public health services,” said Apris.