Children Under-five Health Transition Information System

Noviati Fuada, Sidiq Purwoko


The current development of healt, during the
19th century became a starting point to rapid and
comprehensive progress. This is related to the initial
emergence of health transitions. Likewise, stunting
can lead to the risk of non-communicable diseases in
adulthood, which will add to the double-burden of the
health transition phenomenon. The prevalence of stunting
in Indonesia, although declining since 2013, it’s above
20%. Objective: to examine the information system
flow transition children under-five nutritional status.
Method: Operational research qualitative, by means of
observation and in-depth interviews. The information
system uses the Input Process Output analysis. Results:
The implementation of the information system is quite
stable with good information and data carrying capacity.
Information system input aspects are available: Nutrition
status data, toddler health status, Exel application,
manager, computer equipment. Process aspects still
require development, consisting of: Processing data into
information using the analysis of regression functions,
exponential functions, data trends and chart tables,
information dissemination. The output aspect still needs
to be developed: Information, follow-up, policies, crosssectoral
cooperation. Conclusion: System applications
need support, especially in the aspects of the process and
utilization of results.

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