Key opinion leaders from the Indonesian Society of Emergency Medicine visited Yokosuka Kyosai Hospital to learn ER operation using NEXT Stage ER!
From January 19 to 20, 2023, key opinion leaders from the Indonesian Society of Emergency Medicine visited Japan as a part of the"Project for Strengthening the Emergency Department Operation System in Indonesia Using NEXT Stage ER (NSER), a Data Management System Specializing in Emergency Department Treatment."
The purpose of their visit to Japan is to improve the level of the emergency medicine system in Indonesia by experiencing the Japanese one. They visited Yokosuka Kyosai Hospital, which is one of the hospitals where TXP Medical installed the system for emergency medicine. Paramedics use our product, NSER mobiles, and NEXT Stage ER is used in ER in the hospital. Their operation is achieving the seamless linkage between pre-hospital and in-hospital settings.
TXP Medical has been running a POC project of NEXT Stage ER and NSER mobile in five hospitals in Indonesia and four ones in Malaysia since July 2022. The ER physicians who visited Japan this time belong to Rumah Sakit Muhammadiyah Lamongan (Hospital), one of Indonesia's project sites.
After this project, we aim to introduce the NSER series beyond the project sites across these countries.
About the project:
"Project for Strengthening the Emergency Department Operation System in Indonesia Using NEXT Stage ER, a Data Management System Specializing in Emergency Department Treatment."
This project was selected by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare to participate in the FY2022 Project for the Promotion of International Development of Medical Technology, which is led by the National Center for Global Health and Medical Research (contract period: from June 2022 to February 2023).
Background of this project:
In Indonesia, the introduction rate of Hospital Information Systems is estimated to be as low as less than 50%, and it is estimated to be even lower in emergency departments. Paper medical records are generally used, and medical staff is suffering from the burden of a large amount of work to fill out the documents in their medical operations. In addition, the use of paper medical records makes it difficult to collect high-quality data on emergency medical care at each hospital. This has led to a need for more data collection on emergency medical care, which is necessary to visualize social problems and make policy decisions at the national level.
Also, in the Indonesian medical community, where the increase in medical staff is said to be outpacing the growth in population and patient numbers, there is an urgent need to supplement the shortage of human resources and improve data collection systems by promoting the digitalization of the medical system.
Under these circumstances, TXP Medical will promote the digitalization of emergency department operations using the NSER series to solve these issues.
Visiting Yokosuka Kyosai Hospital: