SehatQ Equips the Medical Team with Latest Information of Vaccine
Startup in the field of health tech SehatQ provides the country’s medical team with the latest information about the Covid-19 vaccine in online training. The Director of SehatQ, Dewi Bramono, said that this activity was carried out because the medical team was the spearhead of the dissemination of accurate information about the Covid-19 vaccine.
“Therefore, doctors, including the SehatQ team of doctors, are increasingly ready to serve the public, both through health services at the SehatQ Clinic, as well as online via the Doctor Chat and Forum features,” he said in an official statement, Wednesday (19/2 / 2020).
In this event, SehatQ presented the Chairperson of the Advocacy Team for the Implementation of Vaccination for the Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI) Prof. Dr. Iris Rengganis Sp.PD, KAI, Head of Medical Services SehatQ, dr. Jolinda Johary, M.Med, and Dr. dr. Indra Wijaya M.Kes, Sp.PD-KEMD, FINASIM from Eka Hospital.
This online training, among others, explained directions from IDI regarding the implementation of the Covid-19 vaccination program, introduced SehatQ features to support health tech services for users, and shared experiences regarding the vaccination program that had been taking place at Eka Hospital.
Through this webinar, the medical team that directly communicates with the public is expected to be able to provide education about Covid-19 vaccination.
88 Percent of the Society Willing to be Vaccinated
Health technology startup SehatQ conducted a survey on people’s perceptions of Covid-19 vaccination. As a result, 88 percent of the public were willing to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
“The survey results show that most people are willing to accept the Covid-19 vaccine. From a total of 797 respondents, as many as 88 percent of them or 699 people are willing to get vaccines, “said SehatQ CEO Linda Wijaya as in a written statement received by Republika, Saturday (23/1).
Linda added that this survey was conducted online in October 2020 which involved 797 respondents. Meanwhile, regarding the timing of the vaccine, he said as many as 49 percent of respondents or 394 people said they hoped that mass vaccination would be carried out if the quality of the vaccine was proven to be effective.
Meanwhile, Ian mentioned that 19 percent of respondents, namely 155 people, wanted vaccinations to be carried out as soon as possible. Then 10 percent as many as 76 people admitted choosing to get the vaccine according to the government’s schedule and 9 percent or 74 people who wanted to be vaccinated after the priority group received it. The company also digs up information from respondents who are not yet willing to receive vaccines.
Collaborating with 111 Pharmacies
Health tech startup, SehatQ has collaborated with more than 100 pharmacies throughout Indonesia to make it easier for people to buy drugs, vitamins and supplements online through the SehatQ application, delivered directly to their homes.
“Currently, SehatQ has collaborated with 111 pharmacies in various cities, starting from those located on the island of Sumatra, Java, to Sulawesi,” said SehatQ Director, Dewi Bramono, on Thursday (14/1/2021).
Dewi said, all pharmacies connected to SehatQ are official pharmacies with complete licenses. Thus, SehatQ users get a guarantee of the authenticity of the drug and an expiration date according to health standards.
Users, he continued, will also enjoy three additional conveniences when buying drugs at SehatQ. First, users who have received a drug prescription can easily upload the prescription to redeem drugs.
Second, the Pharmacist Chat feature is also available for users who want to ask for more information about drugs, including dosage and how to use them. “Users can also upload photos of recipes through this feature to facilitate consultation,” he said. Finally, if you need drug recommendations, users can take advantage of the Doctor Chat feature for free.
Furthermore, if the doctor prescribes a drug, the user can redeem it through the Toko SehatQ feature. This digital recipe is directly connected to Toko SehatQ. A total of 111 pharmacies are located in 23 districts/cities, including Jakarta, Medan, Pekanbaru, Palembang, Bekasi, Bogor, Tangerang, Surakarta, Semarang, Surabaya, and Makassar.