To Klaten and Sragen for the Use of Patented SIK!
This time the socialization was more detailed and only attended by the Health Service and representatives from the Infokes team.
The Infokes team’s visit to the Central Java region has not yet ended, this time continuing the previous visit on the ePuskesmas Health information system socialization agenda to Klaten on November 29 2022. In addition there were also invitations from Kab. Sragen in evaluating the performance of using ePuskesmas.
Health Secretary, the Head of Health, then IFK representatives, Labkesda representatives, BPKAD and representatives from Diskominfo including withVP Business Development Infokes was attended to this event.
After several visits to Klaten, the Infokes team finally returned to complete the socialization. Previously the socialization was attended by the Health Secretary, the Head of Health, then IFK representatives, Labkesda representatives, BPKAD and representatives from Diskominfo including withVP Business Development Infokes.
This time the socialization was more detailed and only attended by the Health Service and representatives from the Infokes team. This time it was more of a meeting and discussion where the message conveyed after several meetings back was that the Klaten health office had narrowed down vendors that would work with the health office and infokes as one of their choices.
During this visit the service also expressed their wishes and emphasized that the ePuskesmas application must be able to meet the needs of FIFO and FEFO reports, the Klaten Health Office has also made the report format, only to make it more convincing they asked Infokes to make datadummy.
So that after Infokes was able to develop FIFO and FEFO report formats along with data dummy said, the Health Office wanted to immediately re-present the results of the previous meeting. This is a new task that will be carried out by the developer team from Infokes.
After that the next day the team visited Sragen area (30/11) in the evaluation agenda. This agenda was attended by the Health office and representatives of puskesmas who reviewed the use of the ePuskesmas application in terms of input data and maximizing features. The agenda went well, the team was able to be received and received a very good response.