INFOKES.CO.ID, JAKARTA TIMUR- Infokes Indonesia as a media provider of health care systems in Indonesia continues to take the initiative to always develop its products so that it can be maximized by all parliaments that have built synergies with Infokes Indonesia. This time Infokes Indonesia developed the NG ePuskesmas service, which is based on using cloud technology so that it can be used both online and offline. Online to Offline (O2O), that's how Infokes Indonesia calls it.
Online to Offline (O2O) ePuskesmas service system is a breakthrough as well as being the latest innovation from Infokes Indonesia where puskesmas that have implemented ePuskesmas NG can later utilize O2O facilities when there is no internet network at the puskesmas because this O2O feature will automatically detect apbila directly in a Puskesmas building the internet is off.
At present the ePuskesmas NG Online to Offline (O2O) service is still in the testing phase which is implemented directly by testing at the Jatinegara District Health Center, East Jakarta Administration City, which in fact the Jatinegara District Health Center is indeed the user of the NG ePuskesmas service.
Photo: Online to Offline Service Testing Process at Jatinegara District Health Center
This O2O service was tested on 10 September 2019 which will last for one full month. Many hopes have arisen from all users of NG ePuskesmas services with the presence of this O2O feature because it can be ascertained to be very useful for Puskesmas when constraints occur on the internet network.
Photo: Synergy between Jatinegara District Health Center and Infokes Indonesia
Infokes Indonesia claims that it will immediately complete the O2O service system testing so that it can be implemented as soon as possible in all Puskesmas that have become part of Infokes Indonesia by implementing ePuskesmas NG.