Electronic Design For Determining The Credit Number Of Health Workers At The Kepahiang District Health Office

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One of the conditions for the promotion of functional positions in the health sector is to have a predetermined credit rating. The determination of the Jabfung Health Worker Credit Number (PAK) is calculated based on the Proposed Determination of the Health Worker Credit Number (DUPAK) which is evaluated and assessed by the assessment team. Both PAK and DUPAK still use manual methods to calculate loan amounts, with both medical staff and appraisal teams calculating each component of the loan score based on a careful and well-established formula. To solve this problem, a credit scoring system was developed to help validate and verify credit numbers submitted by healthcare providers, making the credit scoring process quick and accurate. The newly built system is web-based and contains all the elements of credit evaluation activities, and each user enters data, the system automatically performs integrated data calculations and management, eliminating the need for data entry by the assessment team. The procedures of the old system and the new system are not much different.The system development method used in this study uses a system development life cycle (SDLC) concept approach with a prototype model, where the prototype is a system development that goes through a series of repetition processes to include the changes needed until the system meets the desired criteria, in this paper the prototype method only reaches the application modeling stage. Application modeling begins with needs analysis then system design. System design includes creating context diagrams, Entity Relational Diagrams (ERD), Table Relational Diagrams (TRD), and Flow Charts.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2022


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