It is obvious that Tourism in Bali is one of the hardest hit industries during this global pandemic. No one and No business in Bali is ever ready for this. This is one of the stories of the ex-tourism workers who are trying to survive this ongoing worst health and economic crisis in Bali. A story of the struggle from a group of hoteliers who are better off trying rather than giving up waiting for the uncertainty of the tourism to bounce back. One of the much other’s efforts that hopefully can inspire and lift up the spirit of our fellow industry workers that life must goes on. DIRAWAT HOMECARE was formed restlessly through the thoughts of the social, economical impact, the medical services protocols toward the new normal, and the digital acceleration that caused by this global pandemic. It is a web-based medical service platform that connects the needs of medical care at home with the paramedic personnel (especially for the qualified Nurses, Midwives, and Physiotherapists). Efficiency – Caring – Cured is the three pillars that underline the principal of the platform and its core values. The platform was released on 17 August 2021 in Denpasar by handful of Balinese ex-hoteliers during the turmoil of the Covid-19 global pandemic. The homecare is currently servicing the entire Badung Regency, with the goal to provide the homecare service for the island by the first half of 2022, alongside the launch of DIRAWAT apps. Within its forward journey, DIRAWAT HOMECARE consistently enhances its digital innovations and will continuously improve its widgets with the aim to facilitate the medical service activities, while at the same time to create additional earnings for the paramedic personnel, especially for the qualified Nurses, Midwives, and Physiotherapists.