Jovee & Lifepack menggelar We The Health pada Sabtu 27 Jun 2020. Foto dok Jovee & Lifepack
jpnn.com, JAKARTA – Jovee & Lifepack successfully launched the #WeTheHealth event, today, Saturday (6/27). WeTheHealth is the first digital health conference in Indonesia which is a place for information about health issues in dealing with New Normal.
Because Covid-19 has changed the way of life of various parties, ranging from workers, students, parents to the government. Many parties began to do various ways to launch the change process towards New Normal.
For this reason, synergy and support from all parties is needed, from the government, private sector, health workers, to the community.
“The public needs to be equipped comprehensively to face New Normal, including being provided with complete and accurate information directly from experts in their respective fields. Of course, high support and dedication from health workers who continue to fight at the forefront, to the role of telemedicine is very important to help improve public health services. All of these work together to become one in the #WeTheHealth digital health conference, “said CEO Jovee & Lifepack Natali Ardianto.
The #WeTheHealth digital health conference opened with the webinar theme ‘Private Role in Improving the Quality of Health Services in the Region’ which was attended by East Java Deputy Governor Emil Elestianto Dardak, Trenggalek Regent H. Mochamad Nur Arifin.
Then Dr. Slamet, MHP, Expert Staff of the Minister for Health Technology and Globalization of the Indonesian Ministry of Health, and Rico Mardiansyah, SehatPedia of the Indonesian Ministry of Health.
“The Ministry of Health appreciated the #WeTheHealth digital health conference. Initiation like this certainly helps all parties, especially the government in an effort to provide information and education to the public about health issues and how to deal with New Normal conditions. The government hopes that all parties can continue to collaborate and produce the best innovations, especially for the advancement of the Indonesian health sector, “said Dr. Slamet.
In addition to raising the topic from the government side, #WeTheHealth also has two tracks filled with various interesting topics and presented by experts who are experts in their fields from 10:00 to 17:00 WIB, which are packaged attractively by involving participants to ask questions directly via chat.