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Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia
Published by Universitas Airlangga
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Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia (JAKI) is a scientific journal that contains editorials, research articles, and literature reviews related to the scope of the management, organization and leadership in health institutions. This journal is supported by practitioners and scientists from various institutions which involve expertises in health management and health organization. JAKI (p-ISSN 2303-3592, e-ISSN 2540-9301) has mission in developing knowledge in health administration through publication. Based on this mission, this journal aims at facilitating numerous experts in the field of Health Administration to share their ideas and scientific studies in order to improve the quality of healthcare services.
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EDITORIAL: FROM REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH TO UNPREPARED HEALTH SYSTEM STRUCTURE: REMEMBERING WHY WE START THE DIGITAL HEALTH Nuzulul Kusuma Putri
Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jaki.v8i1.2020.1-4

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The COVID-19 pandemic brought blessings in disguise to how we should run the new era of digital health. As the developing country with unsolved health problems, Indonesia needs some “forces” to reach the new era of health digitalization. This era is the time to enter the new order of healthcare services. The Volume 8 Number 1 was prepared before the pandemic started, but the articles were totally related to the ongoing disruption. We published our current edition by underlining the prospective of digital health on their respect of old-fashioned health problems in Indonesia. Three main topics were covered in this edition; how we start the digital health, what should be prepared, and what health problems should be addressed.
SOCIAL ENGINEERING AS AN EVOLUTIONARY THREAT TO INFORMATION SECURITY IN HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS Naiya Patel
Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jaki.v8i1.2020.56-64

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Information security in healthcare settings is overlooked even though it is the most vulnerable for social engineering attacks. The theft of hospital information data is critical to be monitored as they contain patients’ confidential health information. If leaked, the data can impact patients’ social as well as professional life. The hospital data system includes administrative data, as well as employees’ personal information hacked, which can cause identity theft. The current paper discusses types and sources of social engineering attacks in healthcare organizations. Social engineering attacks occur more frequently than other malware attacks, and hence it is crucial to understand what social engineering is and its vulnerabilities to understand the prevention measures. The paper describes types of threats, potential vulnerabilities, and possible solutions to prevent social engineering attacks in healthcare organizations. Keywords: social engineering, hospitals, healthcare organizations, information security. 
DISTRIBUTION ANALYSIS OF DOCTORS IN INDONESIA Agung Dwi Laksono; Ilham Akhsanu Ridlo; Ernawaty Ernawaty
Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jaki.v8i1.2020.29-39

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Background: The distribution of health workers in Indonesia raises an interesting discussion since Indonesia as an archipelagic country has a wide geography and challenges for fulfilling equitable health services.Aim: This study identified factors related to the distribution of doctors in provinces of Indonesia.Methods: Advanced analysis of secondary data was done and obtained from the "Data and Information: Indonesian Health Profile in 2017". The units analyzed in this study were all 34 provinces in Indonesia. The variables analysed were the number of doctors, population, density, percentage of poor population, the number of hospitals, and the number of primary healthcare centers.Results: Variability in the number of doctors was very wide. The more the population is, the more attractive it is for doctors to conduct practices in the provinces. The denser the population are, the more doctors are interested to work in the provinces. It also figured out that doctors tend to opt to work in the provinces which have more hospitals and primary healthcare centers.Conclusions: Out of five independent variables studied, there were four variables related to the number of doctors distributed in the provinces. Population, density, the number of hospitals, and the number of primary healthcare centers were positively related to the number of doctors. The results of this study were important for doctor redistribution policy in Indonesia. Keywords: distribution analysis, doctor distribution, health resources management, health workers.
HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (HIV) PREVENTION PROGRAM AMONG MEN WHO HAVE SEX WITH MEN (MSM) IN SEMARANG CITY Benita Noffritasari; Zahroh Shaluhiyah; M. Sakundarno Adi
Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jaki.v8i1.2020.90-105

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Background: The prevalence of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) among Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) in Indonesia continues to increase. The HIV cases among MSM in Semarang increased by 43 cases in 2013 to 147 cases in 2017. The prevalence of syphilis among MSM increased by 5.20% in 2011 to 11.38% in 2015. The use of condoms among MSM does not reach 50%. The Prevention of Sexual Transmission of HIV Program or Pencegahan HIV melalui Transmisi Seksual (PMTS) that focuses on sexual transmission risk factors did not provide optimal results.Aim: This study aimed to analyze aspects affecting the PMTS Program on MSM in Semarang City, including standard and objectives, resources, inter-organizational communication and enforcement activities, characteristics of the implementing agencies, economic, social, and political conditions, and the disposition of implementors.Method: This study was a descriptive study using a qualitative approach. Primary data were obtained through in-depth interviews with 14 informants, while secondary data were obtained from observation and document analysis. The data were analyzed using content analysis. The research was conducted from July to October 2019 in Semarang City.Results: The implemetation of the PMTS Program among MSM has some gaps. For example, these included (1) unclear standards of PMTS Program, (2) limited funding and infrastructures, (3) lack of  communication, (4) stigma and discrimination at the stakeholder level, implementing agencies level, and community level.Conclusion: The implementation of PMTS Program among MSM has not worked appropriately. Eliminating stigma and discrimination against MSM needs to be taken into account. All health workers in primary healthcare centers must be introduced to the diminish of stigma and discrimination against MSM. Communication and coordination as well as resources among the program implementers have to be more well-established. Keywords:  Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Men who have Sex with Men, prevention program.
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF FORMING BREASTFEEDING SUPPORT GROUP PROGRAM TO IMPROVE EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING Dewi Roudhotul Hasanah; Nuzulul Kusuma Putri; Andini Yulina Pramono
Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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 Background: Exclusive breastfeeding is a problem of maternal and child health in Indonesia. With Breastfeeding Support Group, exclusive breastfeeding is expected to improve. Sugihwaras Village and Sumbergede Village have been initiating Breastfeeding Support Group program. However, the framework of Breastfeeding Support Group program and intervention methods for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers in both villages were different.Aim: It analyzed the effectiveness of forming Breastfeeding Support Group program and intervention programs for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers to improve exclusive breastfeeding in Sugihwaras Village and Sumbergede Village.Methods: This study used a case study approach to the formation of Breastfeeding Support Group program. Comparative analysis was done descriptively by selecting samples from the Fieldwork Report of Group 14 and 15 in the period of 2017/2018, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Airlangga. This study applied total sampling technique and descriptive analysis by comparing community’s characteristics (as input), a form of intervention and program management (as a process), and results of evaluating the formation of Breastfeeding Support Group (as an output).Results: Community’s characteristics in both villages tend to be similar, and the average duration of each program was the same. Sumbergede Village focused on the readiness of forming cadres for Breastfeeding Support Group program, while Sugihwaras Village focused on breastfeeding mothers and their husbands. Indicator analysis of the program showed that Sumbergede Village (80.00% achieved) had a 5.71% higher percentage of attainment compared to Sugihwaras Village (85.71% achieved). Analysis of the program’s strengths and weaknesses pointed out that Sumbergede Village had more values and power in resources in its region.Conclusion: The intervention program in Sumbergede Village tends to be more effective. It has greater potential to be a sustainable program in the following year to improve 100% exclusive breastfeeding. Keywords: Breastfeeding Support Group, exclusive breastfeeding, intervention, effectiveness.
FAMILY PLANNING VILLAGE PROGRAM IN RESPONSE TO THE USE OF LONG-TERM CONTRACEPTIVE METHOD Naddratul Huda; Ni mal Baroya; Christyana Sandra; Iswari Hariastuti
Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/jaki.v8i1.2020.78-89

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Background: Contraceptive use in Indonesia was still dominated by short-term contraception. Thus, Family Planning Village is created for promoting a Long-Term Contraception Method (LTCM).Aim: This study analyzed the implementation of the Family Planning Village Program for LTCM use in Dukuhsia Rambipuji, Jember.Method: This study was descriptive with a mixed-method approach. All of LTCM users in Dukuhsia amounting to 24 participated in the quantitative study. While there were five informants who were selected purposively in the qualitative research, including a Family Planning field worker, Coordinator of Women Empowerment, Child Protection and Family Planning Office, a midwife, Advocate Assistant for Village Family Planning, and a cadre under the Advocate Assistant for Village Family Planning. Qualitative data were obtained through in-depth interviews while quantitative data through structured interviews using questioner. Data were then analyzed using the Miles and Huberman Models and statistical-descriptive analysis.Results: Most aspects of the input factor were not in accordance with the technical guidelines of Family Planning Village. Whereas the implementation method complies with the guidelines. Most aspects of the process factor were relevant to the guidelines, but there were still many obstacles in the implementation. Good participation in the family planning village program is only 37.5%. Since the program launch, the prevalence of long-term contraceptive use increase from 6.07% to 6.21%. However, it does not significantly increase the use of LTCM because the prevalence was much smaller than the prevalence of LTCM at the village level.Conclusion: The implementation of the Family Planning Village in Dukuhsia could increase LTCM users. However, it could not increase the ideal proportion of LTCM users. Therefore, it is necessary to improve input and process of the Family Planning Village through the Contraceptive Technology Update (CTU) training for midwives and conduct a training of LTCM use for cadres to enhance their communicative skill in campaigning the use of LCTM.Keywords: users, contraception, family planning village, implementation.
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Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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PHYSICIAN KNOWLEDGE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF PRESCRIPTION POLICY Isna Rahmawati; Venia Ilma Dwi Prastika
Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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Background: The minimum standard of generic prescription drugs at a hospital is at 90%. However, the preliminary study discovered the use of generic drugs at Kalisat District Hospital, Jember from 2009 to 2011 was amounted to 57.50%, while the use of patent medicines was at 42.50%. This difference indicates unachieved standard of generic prescription drugs at the Hospital. Aims: This study identified doctors’ knowledge and responsibility of drug prescription policy at Kalisat District Hospital.Methods: This descriptive and observational study employed a cross-sectional design. The data were collected randomly  from 50 prescription documents of Kalisat District Hospital, Jember from April to July 2013. This study involved 6 general practitioners, 2 dentists, and 4 specialists. Results: There was a strong correlation between doctors’ specialization and responsibility for pescribing generic drugs. Doctors’ knowledge about prescription policy of generic drugs was still lacking at 58.3%, while doctors’ responsibility for prescribing generic drugs was satisfying. Conclusion: Doctors at Kalisat District Hospital have an excellent sense of responsibility in prescribing generic drugs even though they have insufficient knowledge. The Hospital should conduct trainings, provide incentives, improve policies, monitor and evaluate generic prescriptions. Keywords: generic drugs, prescription, doctors’ responsibility, doctors’ knowledge.  
THE EFFECT OF CLINICAL PATHWAY COMPLIANCE IN REDUCING LENGTH OF STAY Michael Siswanto; Djazuly Chalidyanto
Indonesian Journal of Health Administration (Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia) Vol. 8 No. 1 (2020)
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Background: Clinical pathway is multidisciplinary care plan based on the best clinical practice for a group of patients with a particular diagnosis, designed to minimize care delay as well as maximize the quality of care and clinical outcomes. In 2017, average length of stay for pediatric patient with acute gastroenteritis was prolonged even clinical pathways had been implemented.Aim: Thid study determined the diagnostic examination and therapy compliance of clinical pathway related to the length of stay.Method: This study was cross sectional research through simple random sampling. Researchers analyzed pediatric patients whose clinical pathway were filled completely by doctors. The inclusion criteria were pediatric patients, admitted to hospitals during January to December 2018 as acute gastroenteritis patients. The data were analyzed using multiple classification analysis.Results: There were 197 patients with clinical pathway filled completely. As much as 60.91% of cases were compiled for diagnostic examination and 88.32% for therapy. There was no statistically significant correlation between diagnostic examination compliance (p > 0.05) and therapy compliance (p > 0.05) of clinical pathway with patients’ length of stay (combined = p > 0.05).Conclusion: Many factors could be related with the length of stay especially patients’ condition itself. In this study, clinical pathway compliance has no impact in reducing length of stay. Keywords: clinical pathway, compliance, length of stay, pediatric. 
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