Jakarta Governor, Anies Baswedan has launched three health service applications, namely E-Jiwa, DBDKlim, and Jak-Track.
There are many problems that we face, so with technology, we take a different new approach
E-Jiwa is an android-based application for early detection of a person's mental problems.
There is also DBDKlim, which is a web-based application in collaboration with BMKG (dbd.bmkg.go.id) as early warning about dengue fever.
While for Jak-Track (Jakarta Friends, Reservations, Take medicine, Check risk) is a web-based online information application system (jak-track.id), which is integrated in the tracking data model, reports, progress, and achievements of preventing HIV/AIDS.
They are a form of Jakarta Provincial Government's commitment to realize citizen health as one of the top priorities.
"There are many problems that we face, so with technology, we take a different new approach," he expressed.
It is hoped that citizen could be involved and become partners of the government in taking preventive, curative and promotive actions in the health sector.
"All puskesmas are also hoped to be active reaching out to our people," he added.
Jakarta Health Department Head, Widyastuti added that it aims to optimize healthcare service in Jakarta.
"We hope it can be the initial movement towards something new," she hoped.