MODELING OF ELECTRONIC STUDENT HEALTH RECORD FOR MONITORING STUDENT’S HEALTH BY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, SCHOOL AND PARENTS IN INDONESIA
Keywords:Student health record, real-time data, web-based application, dashboard, monitoring student’s health
Schools regularly collect student health data. School health is organized to improve the
ability of students to live healthy so that students can learn, grow, and develop in harmony and become
quality human resources. In Indonesia, school health priorities are included in the 3rd National
MediumTerm Development Plan strategy. However, in Indonesia students, health data is underutilized
because data documentation on paper causing some difficulties in terms of storage, use for monitoring
and further analysis. The participation and involvement of parents, schools and community health
centers in monitoring the health status of students today is still very limited due to the lack of
information that can be accessed easily. Objectives: To design a student health record application
model that can display student health examination results and connect the data to community health
centers, schools and parents in real time. Method: Designing student health record application model
with the context diagram, Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD), Table Relational Diagram (TRD), and
user interface input and output. Results: The results of this study are a comprehensive student health
record system model. The student health record will be applied in the form of mobile devices used by
students and parents, which are connected to schools and community health centers by web-based
platform. Conclusions: The student health record application model shows a systematic solution that
is user friendly, immediately captures data, displays the dashboard in real time, directly connects to
parents, schools and community health centers. All of this in the future if implemented properly can
early detect student health problems and monitor the health status of students.
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