Epidemiological www.myqwest.com surveillance is a collection of disease data are observed to determine trends and detect changes in the incidence of the disease early. The pattern and distribution of the disease is also easily observed by geographical area, age, community, and so on. Manual data collection procedures can be replaced with a more rapid digitalization, accurate and
cost-effective. Moreover, if the distance of the scene and the data collection are very far apart. Another remarkable leap is about Telemedicine.
Which is the use of ICT to provide information and health or medical services from one location to another. Telemedicine can be defined as a quick access to provide medical expertise remotely. So it does not depend on where the position of the patient is located. In emergency conditions or natural disasters, Telemedicine function becomes very important because it can accelerate medical treatment. Medical data such as high-resolution photos, radiographic images, sound recordings, patient medical records, health video conference can also be transferred to other remote locations. The interactive health services can also use the audio-visual media for consultation, diagnosis and treatment, including the process of education and training to healthcare providers and the public at large. Telemedicine spawned sub-applications such as teleradiology, teledermatologi, telepatologi, telefarmasi and so on. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in the field of health is very useful for displaying various thematic maps of health. GIS greatly assist health authorities to take swift and appropriate policies. In this case the results of epidemiologic surveillance in GIS format can be displayed flexibly via the internet. And if the Health GIS integrated with GIS