Our story begins in 2004, when a leading software company in Indonesia was commissioned to develop an end to end Hospital Information System. The company then continued to enhance the software under the guidance of medical professionals in Indonesia and Africa. It grew functionally rich, but over the years the technology grew old. In 2018 we acquired this comprehensive software. Since then our team has been on a mission to transform it using the latest cloud based technology.
dr. Karina Kazia Harris
Is a medical doctor with experience in working for both government-owned and private hospital chains, she graduated from Gadjah Mada University in 2018. As part of the new generation of technology savvy medical doctors, she is passionate about applied technology and digital media.
“I am working with Ksatria because I believe hospital information systems are the future, and it is important to make it as accessible, functional, and affordable for all levels of healthcare institutions in Indonesia.”
“Together with KMS, I hope to dispel the stigma that hospital information systems are impractical and complicated and improve the quality of healthcare services with the help of effective and efficient information systems.”
dr. Ishak Yunanto Suryawan
Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Gadjah Mada University in 2006, dr. Ishak Suryawan started his career as a researcher on primary health care system and hospital management, while practicing in a clinic and giving lectures on Biostatistics and Public Health.
After joining a hospital management consulting bureau for a few years, in 2009 Ishak started working as a Medical Consultant for an IT company that developed Hospital Information System. Ishak said, “Technology is increasingly important in the hospital industry. Having an ideal Hospital Management Information System will help hospitals optimize their potential and provide better health services for everyone.”
Ishak joined Ksatria at the early stage of eHospital development. His 10+ years’ experience in the Medical IT industry enabled him to better understand the challenges that medical personnel face in providing the best care. He is an “insider” who is able to become an intermediary between the world of medicine and IT. “My hope is that eHospital will give doctors optimum experience when working with HIS, which eventually improve the patients’ treatment outcome.”