Docta has worked with government clients at City, Regency and Provincial levels across West Java over the past years. During that time Docta has successfully developed and Implemented a range of solutions to improve access and deliver healthcare to undeserved communities.
Telemedicine for Remote Healthcare Workers - West Java 2021
The Kotak Dokter (“Doctor-In-A-Box”) system – seen here - is a care delivery system centered around distribution of a Telemedicine portal to selected Primary care Facilities and Remote Community Healthcare Locations.
These Telemedical Systems create a hub-and-spoke support system connecting community nurses as they deliver daily outreach health services with centralised Doctors at urban clinics. The current Government funded pilot is located at two sites in West Java.
Mobile Klinik 2.0
Mobilised Clinical Community Healthcare, Bandung West Java 2019
Docta’s Mobile Clinics deliver outreach Primary care services,, to remote and underserved areas of West Java.
Nationally insured patients registered under the Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN) universal health care scheme are entitled to access a comprehensive package of necessary health services, including comprehensive Primary Healthcare. Docta’s Mobile Clinic’s are specifically designed to deliver this package of care.
West Java Mobile Puskesmas - Chillilin, Bandung Barat 2018
In April of 2019 the first Docta Mobile Smart Clinic, named the Mobile Puskesmas (MPUS) was launched in Cillilin, Bandung Barat, West Java.
Docta’s Mobile Clinics are designed to deliver outreach services, such as much needed primary and public healthcare, to remote and underserved areas of West Java. Never before has this type of healthcare innovation been needed within the community.
Waiting Room Public Health Network - Bandung, West Java 2017
Docta Indonesia worked with the City of Bandung Health Deaprtment and then Mayor, Ridwan Kamil to connect 40 Community Primary Care Clinics (Puskesmas) to a Public Health Education Network. Connected screens delivered hundreds of hours of educational and health promotional content to thousands of waiting patients across the city via connected screens and tablets.