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Recording and reporting information system model integrated from midwife practices to public health center

Abstract

Introduction: Maternal and child health problems (MCH) are still a health problem in Indonesia. The high rate of maternal and child mortality requires intensive intervention and monitoring by the health department through health facilities available in the community. The recording and reporting of the MCH program at the Jagir and Wonokromo Health Centers has not been well documented because most of the MCH program recording and reporting is done manually. The purpose of this research is to produce a model of recording and reporting information system that is useful in handling the recording and reporting process of the integrated MCH program from the Independent Midwife Practice to the Puskesmas.

Method: The method used in the development of this software is the Scrum Management Framework. The result of this research is the SISKIA (Maternal and Child Health Information and Surveillance System) software application which is integrated from the Independent Midwife Practice to the Puskesmas which can be used to manage maternal and child health data.

Results: The SISKIA software application makes it easier to map Maternal and Child Health data, including in high-risk cases, in order to get health services according to the schedule determined by the midwife. SISKIA can directly assess the condition of mothers and children reported by the midwife and can be accurately displayed on the map included in SISKIA installed at the Jagir and Wonokromo Health Centers. Mobilization of the entire community in reducing MMR and IMR in the Jagir and Wonokromo Health Centers can be carried out by monitoring maternal health conditions in the surrounding environment by using this software application.

Conclusion: The Maternal and Child Health Information and Surveillance System (SISKIA) has proven useful for obtaining regular and up-to-date maternal and child health data.

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How to Cite

Masruroh, N., Fasya, A. H. Z. ., Handayani, D. ., & Santoso, A. P. R. . (2022). Recording and reporting information system model integrated from midwife practices to public health center. Bali Medical Journal, 11(2), 900–904. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v11i2.3410

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