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Homes Journal: Hospital Management Studies Journal
Core Subject : Health,
Hospital Management Studies Journal (Homes Journal) is the journal which will publish scientific article about research health and hospital management. The focus of this journal is in Health Regulation and Policy, Human Resources Management, Medical Record Management, Quality Management of Health Services, Public Health Management, Hospital Accreditation, infection control management and patient safety, health organization and organizational behaviour in hospital, healthcare services, healthcare quality and patient safety, health facilities management, hospital accreditation, patient and employee satisfaction, pain management, inpatient and out-patient management, health insurance, health policy and healthcare informatics etc. This journal includes the leadership, management and administration of public health systems, hospitals and hospital networks. Clinical Department Management Clinical Ethics Clinical Risk Health Data Management Health Economics Inpatient Management Nursing Management Out-Patient Management
Articles 40 Documents
THE DETERMINANT EFFECT OF HEALTH BPJS FEE PAYMENT ON FEE COMPLIANCE OF INDEPENDENT JKN PARTICIPANTS Surahmawati Surahmawati; Nurpratiwi Awalia Rahmat; Sukfitrianty Sahrir; Syamsul Alam
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2020): October
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Background: JKN (National Health Insurance) is one of the government's efforts to improve public health status by requiring all Indonesians to become JKN members.Objective:This research aims to determine whether the determinant factor of fee payments has an effect on the compliance of Independent JKN participants in paying the fees.Method: A quantitative research with an analytic-observational approach and a cross-sectional research design. The population in this study was all the Independent JKN participants in Biringkanya sub-district, Makassar. The samples in this study were 52 families that were selected by using accidental sampling technique and the data collection method was carried out by using an online questionnaire via Google form.Result: The results of this study indicate there is an effect of the respondent's income (0.001), increase in contributions (0.005), the deadline for payment of contributions (0.011) on the compliance of JKN Mandiri participants in paying BPJS Health contributions, and there is no effect of education (0.723), employment (0.138) and contribution payment procedures (0.656) to the compliance of JKN Mandiri participants to pay BPJS Health contributions in the Biringkanaya sub-district, Makassar City in 2020.Conclusion:Adjusting the amount of fees, adding time limits and in-depth socialization to the community are some alternatives that can be used by providers, in this case by Health BPJS in increasing compliance to pay Health BPJS fees.
THE DETERMINANTS OF USING VASECTOMY CONTRACEPTION IN SOMBA OPU DISTRICT, INDONESIA Sitti Raodhah; Kasriana Kasriana
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2020): October
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Background: MOP (Male Operation Method) is an alternative family planning method for men who have decided they don't want to have more children by undergoing minor surgery on the sperm duct by blocking or blocking the way for the sperm to prevent fertilization.Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the determinants of the use of MOP (Male Operation Method) / Vasectomy contraception in Somba Opu District, Gowa Regency.Method: This research is quantitative research with analytics method by using cross sectional study,The sampling technique used was proportional random sampling with a sample size of99 respondents. The data collection employed was a questionnaire, and the data was analyzed using the chi-square test.Result: The results showed that there was an influence between income (p = 0.002), knowledge (p = 0.003), attitude (p = 0.004), wife's support (p = 0.004) with the use of MOP contraception and there was no influence between age (p = 0.082), education (p = 0.465), the number of children (p = 0.204), the number of children wanted (p = 0.876), PLKB (p = 0.267) with the use of MOP contraception.Conclusion: This study is expected to gain a clear understanding of contraceptives and can easily determine their choice of family planning, especially male FP (Male Operation Method).
THE DESCRIPTION OF THE QUALITY OF HEALTH SERVICES TO PATIENT SATISFACTION M. Fais Satrianegara; Azriful Azriful; Zilfadhilah Arranury; Nur Azisah Anwar
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2020): October
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Background: Quality health services are health services that can satisfy every service user by the average satisfaction level of the population and its implementation by the established code of ethics and service standards. Objective: To determine the description of the quality of health services on patient satisfaction in the inpatient installation of the Makassar General Hospital of the Hajj Region in 2019.Method: The method used is descriptive. The population in this study were patients using inpatient class III RSUD Haji Makassar in 2019 and based on data obtained in May 2019 as many as 848 patients.Result:The satisfaction service variable shows that of the 89 samples studied, 80 respondents were satisfied (89.9%) and 9 respondents (10.1%) were dissatisfied. The reliability variable (57.3%) is categorized as good and (42.7%) is not good. The responsiveness variable (66.3%) is categorized as good and (33.7%) is not good. The guarantee variable (75.3%) is categorized as good and (24.7%) is not good. The direct evidence variable (53.9%) is categorized as good and (46.1%) is not good. The empathy variable (82.0%) is categorized as good and (18.0%) is not good.Conclusion: It is hoped that the health workers at the General Hospital of the Haji Makassar Region will improve performance in prime health service activities to the community, and always prioritize the interests of patients in installations, especially patients in inpatient installations.
THE UTILIZATION OF HEALTH SERVICE BY THE SCAVENGERS IN TAMANGAPA LANDFILL ANTANG Nur Aisyah Zalmar; Sitti Raodhah; Syarfaini Syarfaini
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2020): October
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Background: Habits and culture will influence the way of thinking, how to behave, how to behave which is oriented towards science in dealing with health problems in order to be healthy and appropriate in utilizing health services.Objective: To know the description of the use of health services in the working area of the Tamangapa Community Health Center by scavenger at the Tamangapa Antang landfill in 2016.Method: This study uses aapproach descriptive. With a population of 120 people and a sample of 120 respondents obtained by total sampling. Result: The results showed that the social culture related to the utilization of health services in the working area of PKM Tamangapa showed that the modern category was 89.2% while that related to the traditional category was 10.8%. Social Economy shows 100% cheap opinion. Social psychology 92.5% good results. The characteristics of officers showed good results 63.3% and 36.7% sufficient. The highest utilization of health services was utilizing health services, namely 93.3% and not utilizing health services was 6.7%.Conclusion: It is hoped that with the cooperation of all parties, the community will participate in supporting the use of health facilities, and the next researchers to carry out more in-depth research.
HISTORICAL RISK ANALYSIS OF HEART DISEASE IN SULSEL EXPO PARTICIPANTS Yudi Adnan; Nildawati Nildawati; Andi Awaliyah Latif
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2020): October
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Background: Currently PTM has become the biggest cause of deathin the world. As many as 38 million (68%) of the 56 million deaths in the world in 2012 were caused by PTM. Coronary heart disease is one of the non-communicable diseases with the largest mortality rate.Objective: This study aims to analyze the factors associated with a history of heart disease in the participants of the South Sulawesi Expo 2018.Method: The type of research used is quantitative analytic with a cross-sectional approach.Sampling using purposive sampling technique so that the number of samples is 107 peopleResult: There is a significant relationship between a history of diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, and cancer in the family against a history of heart disease (p <0.05) in the 2018 South Sulawesi Expo participants, while there is no significant relationship between the history of asthma and cholesterol. smoking behavior, consumption of fruits and vegetables, physical activity, and alcohol consumption (p> 0.05) on the history of heart disease among participants in South Sulawesi Expo 2018.Conclusion: Government involvement is needed to provide education for the community related to the prevention of PTM, and for the community to continue to strive to improve patterns of life to avoid PTM.
IMPLEMENTATION OF PROMOTIVE AND PREVENTIVE MANAGEMENT FUNCTIONS FOR ACUTE RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS IN TODDLER Azriful Azriful; Yudi Adnan; Rahmawaty Rahmawaty
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2021): February
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Background: Acute Respiratory Infectious Disease (ARI) is an acute infectious disease that affects one or more parts of the airway. Objective: This study aims to obtain information related to the implementation of promotive and preventivemanagement functions foracute respiratory infections  in Toddler.Method:The method used is qualitative with a case study approach. The informants consisted of the head of the Puskesmas, officers of the ARIand surveillance programs, health promotion efforts officers, environmental health effort officers, heads of administration, and several mothers of children under five who had suffered from ARI. Result: The results showed that the management function of the promotive and preventive ARI program was still part of the P2PL program in general. This is evidenced by the absence of a special plan made by the Puskesmas regarding the promotional efforts to prevent ARI so that management functions such as planning, organizing, mobilizing, monitoring, funding, and evaluating have not been able to minimize the number of ARI sufferers in children under five. Conclusion: The extension program in the community is still not evenly distributed around the work area of Puskesmas X. The head of the Puskesmas should make policies related to special planning and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) related to the prevention and control of ARI in children under five.
THE RELATIONSHIP OF WORK MOTIVATION WITH NURSE PERFORMANCE Dian Dwiana Maydinar; Buyung Keraman; Eti Lestati
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2021): February
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Background: Performance is the result of work achieved by a person or group of people in an organization according to their authority and responsibilities. Good performance can be achieved by increasing work motivation. The higher a person's work motivation, the higher the performance produced. Objective : To analyze the relationship between Work Motivation and Performance in Inpatient Room Melati and Seruni Hospital Dr. M. Yunus Bengkulu.Method: This study uses survey analytic with cross sectional design. Population in this study were all nurses at Inpatient ward of Melati and Seruni, Dr. M. Yunus Bengkulu Hospital, with the amount of 43 nurses. Data analysis techniques were performed by univariate and bivariate analysis with the Spearmen Rank Test.Result: this study are based on the Spearmen Rank Test obtained significance value (sig) of 0.220 with p-value = 0.156. Conclusion: Because the value of p> 0.05, it can be concluded that there is no significant relationship between Work Motivation with Nurses Performance at Inpatient ward of Melati and Seruni, Dr. M. Yunus Bengkulu Hospital.
AN OVERVIEW OF PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT USING A BALANCED SCORECARD METHOD AT FAISAL ISLAMIC HOSPITAL OF MAKASSAR Wihda Arfiah; Muhammad Rusmin; Syarfaini Syarfaini; Nildawati Nildawati; Syamsul Alam
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2021): February
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Background:The Balanced Scorecard can translate organizational and strategic vision and mission into the operational goals and measure the performance for four different perspectivesObjective:The study was aimed at finding out the overview of performance measurement using the Balanced Scorecard method at Faisal Islamic Hospital of Makassar.Method: The study was descriptive quantitative research involving 11869 patients/families of patients as research population and 403 employees as the samples gathered using a Stratified Random Sampling technique. The collected data were then analyzed univariately.Result:The results of the study revealed that on the costumers’ perspective, the customers’ acquisition was the only indicator showing the unfavorable result decreased by 4.64%. In the financial perspective, the ROI indicator and effectiveness ratio had decreased by 18.96% and 59.6%, both indicators were stated to be less good. In the Internal Business perspective in terms of service quality the BOR and ALOS ratio were said to be less good. From the perspective of Learning and Growth it was very good where all indicators were in accordance with the standards. The four perspectives of the Balanced Scorecard were very influential on the hospital’s performance.Conclusion:By improving the costumers’ acquisition, the hospital income would increase as well.
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AND THE INPATIENTS LOYALTY Rezky Amalia Amal; Syahratul Aeni; Syarfaini Syarfaini; A Syamsiah Adha
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2021): February
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Background :Customer Relationship Management (CRM) as a process to build a relationship between companies and customers by increasing customers value and satisfaction performed by identifying customers by forming perceptions on the products or organizations or services offered through marketers, sellers, services and supporting services which make the customers to be loyal. Objective :The study was aimed at determining the correlation between Customer Relationship Management and the inpatients loyalty at Ibnu Sina Hospital of Makassar in 2017.Method :This study was quantitative research using an obsevational analytic approach with cross sectional study involving 18304 people as research population and 391 samples. Moreover, univariate and bivariate with chi square test were utilized in analysing the data. Result :The results showed that there was a significant correlation between continuity marketing (p=0.000), one to one marketing (p=0.000), and partnering program did not have a significant correlation (p=0.090) with patient loyalty. Conclusion: Ibnu Sina Hospital must be able to manage customer relationship management well to maintain patient loyalty in order to reuse services at the hospital.
PSYCHOSOSIAL FACTORS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF HEALTH OFFICERS Dewi Ayu; M Fais Satrianegara; Fatmawaty Mallapiang
Homes Journal = Hospital Management Studies Journal Vol 2 No 1 (2021): February
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Background:Psychosocial factors have become a major concern in occupational health. Changes that occur in the labor market, namely increased globalization, competition, flexibility, and new forms of work organization. Objective:The purpose of this study was to describe the psychosocial factors on the performance of health workers in Puskesmas X Makassar City.Method:This research method is a descriptive quantitative research with a population of all health workers at Puskesmas X Makassar City as many as 55 people using total sampling. The collected data were then analyzed by univariate and bivariate. Result:The results of data analysis showed that the majority of health workers at Puskesmas X Makassar City experienced severe stress as much as 50.9%, heavy loads as much as 65.5%, and mild fatigue as much as 67.3% with optimal good quality performance. This illustrates that health workers experience psychosocial factors that have a positive impact on performance, and to produce good performance.Conclusion:It is necessary to create a psychosocial environment so that individuals feel comfortable in groups and organizations, showing high productivity and improving the quality of work.

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