Rancakmedia.com – Filling in the BPJS health screening can be done using the Mobile JKN application, website and CHIKA with the Telegram application, see detailed information below.
Health history screening is important to find out the disease early, before symptoms appear, so that it can be avoided and cured more easily. If you don't know how to register, see the article which we will discuss in detail below.
Health services in Indonesia continue to be improved, especially in terms of infrastructure and medical personnel. Getting service quickly will become easier for customers thanks to tools like BPJS online.
AUTODEBET BPJS and medical history checks are two frequently used services. As part of the pre-screening process, when a person fills out an online medical form and submits it, it gives doctors an initial look at the person's medical history.
Users can also check their BPJS health history as a condition for treatment at the local Puskesmas. You can use a questionnaire to find out the level or severity of your disease as a starting point for diagnosis.
Through the BPJS health examination site, you simply enter your card number and fill out the form, then get information about the disease and diagnosis. If there is moderate or high risk, the BPJS health history screening can be printed and used as a consultation tool for first-level health facilities.
What is BPJS Health History Screening?
Health screening is an evaluation method to identify whether BPJS participants have a high risk of certain diseases. Immediate medical history screening BPJS will help in identifying the condition and first diagnosis of a disease.
Apart from that, the BPJS health history screening facility can be done online by anyone via the JKN website or Mobile application. You can also make a letter of recommendation at a first-level health institution if you use the BPJS health history check service.
Benefits of BPJS Health Screening
The advantage of the BPJS health examination is that it assesses the risk of 4 types of diseases, including coronary heart disease, Hypertension, Chronic Kidney, and Diabetes Mellitus. With this examination, we will find out whether there is a risk of developing the disease and diagnose it for early prevention.
BPJS Health participants are encouraged to undergo screening once a year. With an understanding of early detection, it is possible to prevent exposure to the dangers of chronic disease from an early age.
Quoting the BPJS Health website, Wednesday (29/6/2022), health history screening is important to identify possible risks of four diseases, including diabetes mellitus, hypertension, chronic kidney disease and coronary heart disease. This screening is very important because many people do not know they have the disease until it is very far along.
How to Screen BPJS Health History
The filtering process can be done quite easily. You can go to the BPJS website then open the menu. It is necessary to generate a BPJS card number, then the date of birth and screening results can be obtained as follows.
- Visit and open bpjs-kesehatan.go.id/bpjs then press the < symbol Continue by selecting Health screening
- Enter your BPJS card number and date of birth then click search participants
- If you have never carried out screening, a notification will appear, press agree
- Please enter your personal data, consisting of weight, height, highest level of education, cellphone number, names of family members, home address, cellphone number and email.
- Make sure the data is correct then click next
- Please fill in the health history form by selecting one answer and try to fill it in as honestly as possible so that the results are accurate.
- After filling is complete, click save
- Then your screening results will appear, to print, press the print results button
Fill out the BPJS Screening Via Mobile JKN
Here are the steps:
- Install the JKN Mobile application on your smartphone or tablet.
- Enter the participant's JKN-KIS card number or email address and password to log in.
- Select the medical history screening feature.
- Fill in the BPJS card number column.
Then start answering questions about daily routines and activities, previous illnesses, history of illness in the participant's family, and the participant's eating patterns. If all questions have been filled in, participants will receive the results of the health examination immediately.
Participant JKN-KIS are advised to maintain a healthy lifestyle and carry out regular physical activity for at least 30 minutes per day if the results are low risk.
However, if the results are moderate or high risk, participants will be directed to contact the first level health facility to obtain an explanation of the findings of the medical history examination and undergo a blood sugar test if necessary.
Fill out the BPJS Screening Via the Web
Webscreening.bpjs-kesehatan.go.id is another option to complete the BPJS health examination. The filling procedure is almost the same as JKN mobile. Participants were asked to include their weight, highest level of education, cellphone number, email, and contacts of relatives who could be contacted.
After that, pressing the 'Next' option will prompt a series of questions about the participant's daily routine, past illnesses, family history of illnesses, and dietary preferences. Please fill in until finished.
Complete the BPJS Screening Via CHIKA
Filling in the BPJS health screening can also be done using the JKN Chat Assistant (CHIKA) (CHIKA). CHIKA can be contacted via WhatsApp (WA) to 0811-8750-400, Telegram (@BPJSKes bot), or Facebook Messenger (BPJS Health).
- After visiting CHIKA via WA/Telegram or FB Messenger, the admin will react to the message automatically.
- When responding via WhatsApp or Telegram, simply type 'Health History Check' into the message box and hit send.
- Open https://webskrining.bpjs-kesehatan.goid/skrining/index.html, which your browser gives you automatically without you having to do anything.
- Complete participant identity data.
- Complete a medical history examination by answering all questions.
Some participants may not be able to use digital channels, but they can still pre-screen in FKTP before seeing a doctor.
The P-Care FKTP application, the service recording system at FKTP, will provide notifications to complete the Health History Check when registering for the service.
“Charging is really easy. "It doesn't take long, only less than 10 minutes, so it doesn't disturb the service time at FKTP," said Lily.
By screening health history, FKTP can also carry out disease profiling of registered participants so that it can help participants treat disease as early as possible.
This is in accordance with FKTP's role as gatekeeper and care coordinator, namely improving the quality of health services for participants.
This health history screening is carried out so that JKN participants can find out the potential risk of chronic diseases, including diabetes mellitus, hypertension, chronic kidney disease and coronary heart disease, as early as possible so that disease can be avoided.
Based on the results of the 2021 evaluation, of the 2.2 million participants who underwent health history screening, there were 14 percent who had a potential risk of hypertension, 6 percent a risk of coronary heart disease, 3 percent a risk of chronic kidney disease. disease, and 3 percent of the risk of diabetes mellitus.
As a result of the study, he said, "We are dedicated to improving the quality of preventive and promotive services for JKN participants in line with the emphasis on transforming primary health services in Indonesia."
His party will also try harder to encourage people whose screening results show a high risk to go to FKTP and get more treatment.
Lily said, "For JKN-KIS participants who already have chronic conditions, we will increase their health monitoring through the Chronic Disease Management Program (Prolanis) and Referral Program (PRB)."
Health history screening is important to identify diseases early, before symptoms appear, so that they can be avoided and more easily cured. BPJS health screening assesses the risk of 4 types of disease, including Coronary Heart Disease, Hypertension, Chronic Kidney Disease and Diabetes Mellitus.
Medical history screening is important to recognize possible risks for four diseases, including diabetes mellitus, hypertension, chronic kidney disease, and coronary heart disease. This screening is very important because many people do not know they have the disease until it is very far along.