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Google Cloud looks to incorporate genAI in Indonesia’s SatuSehat

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Google Cloud and the Indonesian Ministry of Health are exploring the application of generative AI to the national health record platform SatuSehat. 

Recently, the organisations tied up to collaborate in the development of generative AI-based applications in healthcare.

Putri Alam, Google Indonesia’s director of Government Relations and Public Policy, revealed in a recent Google event in Jakarta that one area in healthcare which they intend to integrate genAI with is SatuSehat. 

THE LARGER CONTEXT

As part of their collaboration, Google Cloud is providing the Indonesian government with a secure environment to test and further develop Google’s genAI models, including MedLM. Their partnership hopes that besides enabling better access to health information, genAI will also drive more precise diagnoses and treatment plans all while ensuring patient data privacy and security. 

The MOH’s collaboration with Google Cloud extends from their existing partnership since 2022 to enhance data management and develop technology-driven health services. 

In the same year, the MOH redesigned its previous COVID-19 tracer app PeduliLindung into SatuSehat, which now serves as the foundation of its health system’s digital transformation. 

SatuSehat adopts the HL7 FHIR health data sharing standards to securely capture standardised patient data from healthcare providers. Last year, InterSystems extended its IRIS for Health data management platform in Indonesia to ease the compliance for healthcare providers in the country who are sharing data with SatuSehat.

Indonesians can now access their health records through a mobile version of the SatuSehat. Besides laboratory exam reports, more types of health information are expected to become accessible on SatuSehat mobile soon, including radiology images such as ultrasound, EKG, CT and MRI scans. 

Meanwhile, as part of its digital transformation initiatives, the MOH sought to measure the baseline digital maturity of provincial and district/city health services, hospitals, and health service facilities. Based on results revealed in March, 146 participating facilities scored an average of 2.73 out of 5.00 while 10 provincial health offices, 10 district/city health offices, and 10 hospitals scored 4.52, which was deemed an “excellent” maturity.

Source : Healthcare IT News

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