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IJOHCM
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Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management (IJOHCM) is committed to publishing scholarly empirical and theoretical research articles, that have a high impact on the management field as a whole. The journal encourages new ideas or new perspectives on existing research This journal covers all topics related to all aspects of health care research. Research fields of interest include but are not limited to: Health care administration Health care facilities Health Financing Health care Risk Management Human Resource for Health (HLH) Healthcare governance Nursing Midwifery Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management published twice a year. Editors of the Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management received scientific articles that had never been published before. Scientific articles submitted to the editorial team will be subject to an editing process by the editorial team and reviewer team. Scientific articles that comply with the rules, will be published in this journal.
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THE EFFECT OF TREATMENT OF WATERBOLE JUICE ON BLOOD PRESSURE REDUCTION IN HYPERTENSION PATIENTS: LITERATURE REVIEW Mashuri Mashuri; Rizeki Dwi Fibriansari; Indriana Noor Istiqomah; Risma Wahyu Khandidah
Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management Vol 2, No 1 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management
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Hypertension is generally caused by an unfavorable lifestyle includingexcessive salt consumption because salt can increase blood pressure quicklyin some people, especially for people with severe hypertension, people withmild hypertension, and people with old age. This study aims to explain theeffect of giving watermelon juice on reducing blood pressure in patients withhypertension. The writing method used is a literature review related to theeffect of giving watermelon juice on reducing blood pressure in patients withhypertension. Journals used as references were obtained by Schoolar, andTaylor and Francis. The results showed that there was an effect of givingwatermelon juice on reducing blood pressure in patients with hypertension.Watermelon juice can also neutralize blood pressure so that watermelon juiceconsumers will not experience a continuous decrease in blood pressure. Sothat people with hypertension can consume regularly with a healthy lifestyle.
NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF PATIENT SATISFACTION Nihayatul Munaa
Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management Vol 1, No 1 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management
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Background:Indonesia has been implemented National Health Insurance since 2014 and was targeted to achieve Universal Health Coverage by 2019 through quality improvement and cost efficiency strategy. However, the little understanding of this new policy leads to an increase of complaint in the hospital as a health care provider.Purpose: This study seeks to understand the factors that might influence a patient's perception of National Health Insurance in Indonesia.Method: This is a descriptive observational study with a cross-sectional design method. Data was collected through in-depth interview with 96 patient from Jemursari Islamic Hospital of Surabaya (RumahSakit Islam Jemursari Surabaya) who participate in National Health Insurance. The subject was selected by simple random sampling.Results: The findings demonstrated that from five categories, 82,3% patient was satisfied in the reliability aspect and 85,4% in assurance aspect, while intangible, responsiveness and empathy aspect >90% patient was satisfied. Meanwhile, in Indonesia, the minimum service standard of healthcare for patient satisfaction is 90%.Conclusion:Health providers must understand the patient's value and preference and do a service based on their value.
COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF RAW AMBON BANANA MOSS (MUSA ACUMINATA) AND 10% POVIDONE IODINE IN CONTROLLING BACTERIA IN CONTAMINATED WOUNDS WHAT TO DO WITH MICE WHITE (WISTAR STRAIN) Laila Nur Fadhilah; Muhasim Muhasim
Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management Vol 2, No 1 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management
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Povidone Iodine has become the most famous antiseptic that were used for century although still having some toxic and corrosive effect to the cell, which in the worst condition can cause kidney failure. Unripe ambon lumut banana peels (Musa acuminata) were having chemical compounds which able to inhibit the bacterial growth that can be a safer alternative antiseptic beside Povidone Iodine. The purpose of this study is to determine the comparison of effectiveness of unripe ambon lumut banana peels (Musa acuminata) and Povidone Iodine 10% in controlling bacteria of contaminated wounds on white rats (Wistar strain). True experimental design were used in this research. 25 rats used as the sample. Data obtained were analized with One Way Anova and Post Hoc test. As a result, it showed that there were differences between concentration of unripe ambon lumut banana peels extract and Povidone Iodine 10% to the bacteria reduction (p=0,038). In the concentration of 90%, unripe ambon lumut banana peels extract were able to reduce the bacteria with an average of 477 CFU while povidone iodine 10% only reduce 333 CFU. It’s conclude that the application of unripe ambon lumut banana peels (Musa acuminata) extract in the concentration of 90% was giving higher effectiveness in controlling the growth of bacteria rather than povidone iodine 10%.
NON-PHAR THE RELATIONSHIP OF FAMILY SUPPORT WITH COMPLIANCE WITH ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS MEDICINE (OAT) IN TB PATIENTS IN MALANG DISTRICT Anggar Widyahadi; Ratna Roesardhyati
Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management
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Tuberculosis is a major health problem in the community. Tuberculosis is ranked first as the cause of death due to infectious diseases. Therefore, compliance is required to take medication for the healing process so that it can break the chain of transmission. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of family support with adherence to taking anti-tuberculosis drugs (OAT) in TB patients.The design of this study used a correlational method with a cross sectional approach on 61 respondents with a purposive sampling technique in three health centers under the Malang District Health Office in February 2019. Data collection used a family support questionnaire and medication compliance questionnaire. Data analysis used univariate analysis and spearman test in bivariate analysis.The results of the percentage of respondents who have good support 82%, enough support 10%, and support less 8%. The percentage of respondents who obeyed was 89%, and did not comply with 11%. The Spearman test results obtained p value <0.001 which is smaller than 0.05 and r value (coefficient correlation) 0.784.The statistical calculation that has been done has a meaningful meaning or there is a relationship between the family support variable and the medication compliance variable. So it is recommended to involve families in the TB treatment process.
OPTIMIZATION OF CASE MANAGER FUNCTION IN PATIENT CENTERED CARE IN STROKE PATIENTS IN REGIONAL CILACAP HOSPITAL Nihayatul Munaa; Fitri Ardiningsih
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Background: Case management systems are applied to improve coordination of care for chronic patients and patients with complex problems. Cilacap Hospital has implemented this but the implementation needs to be optimized. One way to optimize the case manager function.Objective: To optimize the case manager function in patient centered care in stroke patients in Cilacap Hospital.Method: The type of research used is action research. Retrieval of data by in-depth interviews with case managers, focus group discussions with professional caregivers, study of complete document case manager function forms and questionnaires for ischemic stroke patients. Output evaluation is limited to the readiness of patients to face returnResults : At the diagnosing action stage, the implementation of the case manager function in Cilacap Hospital was not optimal because there was no documentation of the case manager function form, the case manager had not received case management system training, patient centered care and discharge planning. In the planning action phase, it is planned to train the case manager and the head of the room about the case management system, patient centered care, discharge planning and preparation of the case manager function form. At the taking action stage, 2 case managers were sent to take part in the case management system, patient centered care, discharge planning training and socialize to the case manager and head of the room, compiling the case manager function form. The evaluation phase for ischemic stroke patients and the results show the readiness of patients to face increased return, the study document completeness of the case manager function form is completely filled by the case manager, and discussion to find out the supporting factors and inhibiting factors for the implementation of optimization of the case manager functionConclusions : After training on case management systems, Patient Centered Care (PCC), discharge planning and implementing a case manager function form, the case manager function becomes easier and structured. Readiness of patients facing return in ischemic stroke patients increases after optimizing the case manager function.
MEASURING EMPLOYEE JOB SATISFACTION AT HOSPITALS: A LITERATURE REVIEW Nurhasmadiar Nandini; Agus Aan Adriansyah
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A hospital as a healthcare facility consists of various people with various background, competence, and job description. The method to measure job satisfaction at a hospital might be different from in other organizations. This paper aimed to compare the advantages and disadvantages of the methods and instruments to develop a suggestion for more suitable instrument at hospitals in Indonesia. This was a literature review focusing on the comparison of instruments and measurement of employee satisfaction at hospitals. The results showed that there were several instruments with similar variables used to measure job satisfaction in general institutions and at hospitals. However, several variables need to be added in the instruments to measure job satisfaction of hospital employees related to patients, work safety, and else. Based on the literature review, it can be concluded that several indicators need to be included in every questioner to measure job satisfaction of hospital employees, such as supervisor, salary and workload, relationship with co-workers, and opportunity for promotion.
MEASUREMENT HAND WASHING COMPLIANCE FIVE MOMENT BY NURSE AT CIJANTUNG KESDAM HOSPITAL Lea merimta Tarigan; Aisyah Safitri
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 Healthcare Associated Infection (HAIs) are infections that occur during the treatment process in a hospital or in other health care facilities, where the patient is not infected or not during the incubation period, or hospital-acquired infections appear after discharge, as well as infections in health workers who occur because of their work. The purpose of this study was to find out the direct and indirect effects and the magnitude between supervision, availability of infrastructure, PPI training, compensation, work commitment and perception of compliance with five-time hand washing by nurses at the Cijantung Hospital. The method used in this study is a quantitative approach that uses cross-sectional design. The sample used was 80 nurses as respondents. The analytical method used is the Structural Equation Model (SEM) using SmartPLS 2.0 and SPSS 20. The results of hypothesis testing with the Structural Equation Model (SEM) with the smartPLS method found that the influence of supervision variables (26.8%), availability of infrastructure (11, 12%), PPI training (7.03%), compensation (21.36%), work commitment (8.86%) and perceptions (6.2%) of compliance with five-time hand washing by nurses at the Kesdam Jaya Cijantung Hospital. It would be better for the hospital to continue making improvements by increasing awareness of the importance of the implementation of hand washing to prevent the occurrence of nosocomial infections, and supervise the implementation of hand washing.
3M DISCIPLINE COUNSELING (USING MASKS CORRECTLY, WASHING HANDS WITH SOAP, KEEPING DISTANCE) IN THE NEW NORMAL ERA COVID-19 Ida Herwati
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Early in 2020, the world was shocked by the spread of new viruses, namely the new type of corona virus (SARS-CoV-2) and the disease Corona virus disease 2019 (Covid - 19). The spread of COVID-19 occurs rapidly and is widespread because it can be transmitted through human-to-human contact human. Indonesia has implemented various public health measures including Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB), in the Context of Prevention and Handling of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) such as 3M Discipline (Wearing Masks Correctly, Washing Hands with Soap, Maintaining Distance). The purpose of this activity is to increase knowledge and understanding of covid-19 prevention. The method used in this activity is online using the Zoom application on October 29, 2020 using the lecture method. The lecture method was chosen to provide an explanation of 3M discipline and how to wear masks properly, how to wash hands 6 steps. The question and answer method is also implemented so that participants can gain as much knowledge as possible about the material presented. Through this activity, it is hoped that the public can realize that the prevention of Covid-19 is very important, one of which is by getting used to using masks properly, washing hands with soap and maintaining distance. The results of the activity showed a significant increase in the knowledge and ability of the participants to understand the material presented. Theresults post-test showed an increase in the percentage of up to 100% for questions related to knowledge about Covid-19 prevention and 3M discipline (wearing masks properly, washing hands with soap, keeping distance).
EXPLORATION OF MOTHER POST SECTIO CAESAR WITH ACUTE PAIN: CASE REPORT Sri Wahyuningsih; Nurul Hayati; Rizeki Dwi Fibriansari; Siti Anisa; Emi Suprapti
Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management Vol 1, No 2 (2021): Indonesian Journal of Health Care Management
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Actions after sectio caesarea surgery can provide problems that arise as a result of the incision of tissue tears on the abdominal wall and uterine wall causing continuity changes so that the patient feels pain. One of the non-pharmacological therapies that can be given to postoperative sectio caesarea patients is gradual mobilization in overcoming pain nursing problems with the aim of reducing pain and restoring the patient's condition. The purpose of this study was to explore nursing care for post sectio caesarea mothers with acute pain nursing problems in the Teratai Room RSUD dr. Haryoto Lumajang. Descriptive qualitative research method through case reports on postpartum patients with suture wounds on the abdominal wall in the Lotus Room RSUD dr. Haryoto Lumajang. Nursing care for 3 days started from data collection with interview techniques, observation, physical examination, and documentation. The results obtained Mrs. S P20002 postpartum cesarean delivery patient with indication of breech location with acute pain in abdominal wall suture wound in April 2021. Management according to intervention by gradually mobilizing, deep breathing relaxation therapy and collaborating with the medical team. The conclusion of the acute pain problem in the suture wound on the abdominal wall was felt to be reduced by the patient, on the 2nd and 3rd day after comprehensive nursing care was carried out.
NON PHARMACOLOGICAL THERAPY OF ANXIETY IN PREGNANT MOTHERS IN THE ERA OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: LITERATURE REVIEW Primasari Mahardhika Rahmawati; Nisa Nabila Azmi; Sri Wahyuningsih; Musviro Musviro
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Introduction : The cause of the third trimester pregnant women in the Covid-19 Pandemic Era experiencing anxiety, namely concerns related to growth, development, neonatal, a reduction in the frequency of pregnancy checks, and delays in classes for pregnant women. If pregnant women experience anxiety that is not immediately addressed, there will be an increased risk of congenital abnormalities in the form of failure to close the cleft palate, the risk of caesarean section surgery, delivery with tools, premature birth, babies born with low birth weight, and in the long term it is associated with behavioral and emotional disorders in children. In this case, Relaxation of muscle progressive is a kind of therapy for pregnant women.Methode : The method used in the preparation of the literature review uses the PRISMA checklist to determine the selection of the studies found and adapted to the purpose of the literature review. Search literature in this literature review using several electronic databases including Scholar, Pubmed, and Springer Link.Result : The result from literature review shows that muscle progressive relaxation, Yoga, Dzikir, listening Murrotal Al-Qur’an and Lullaby music are able to reduce the anxiety of pregnant women in the Covid-19 Pandemic era. For further research will be explain non-pharmacological therapy anxiety of Covid-19 for pregnant woman starting in the 1st  and 2nd trimesters pregnancy.Conclusion : Can be used as research material by using the keywords (therapy) AND (anxiety) AND (pregnant woman) AND (covid-19). Further research can explain nonpharmacological therapy for anxiety in pregnant women starting in the 1st, 2nd trimester of pregnancy in anxious cases with Covid-19.Keywords: Non-pharmacology therapy; therapy; anxiety; pregnant woman; COVID-19

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