To reduce the increase of the impaired child growth and development, early detection system is needed. The system designed based on information technology will facilitate the health personnel to achieve the desired outcome. In this study, the early detection system was developed using ADDIE (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) instruction model. The evaluation showed that the early detection system was effective in terms of completeness (7.2), ease (13.60), timeliness (7.60), accuracy (17.10), and conformity (8.00). This innovation is expected to contribute positively for child growth and development in Indonesia
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