Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Public health center

Human Resources Analysis Of Healthy Indonesia Programs With Family Approach (Pis-Pk)

Diansanto Prayoga; Syifa’ul Lailiyah; Jayanti Dian Eka Sari; Siti Nuraini

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1726-1739

Human Resources for Health is one of the key elements that are very important in improving health services to the community, especially in the public health center. This study raises the problem of the still low index of healthy families in Banyuwangi Regency 0.09 (unhealthy) by analyzing human resources for optimizing a healthy Indonesia program with a family approach. The purpose of this study was to analyze the availability of human resources at the public health center in implementing PIS-PK. The availability of human resources is important in implementing a program because they are the main driving force of program success. This research was conducted with a descriptive-qualitative approach through action research. The research was conducted at 10 public health centers in Banyuwangi Regency. This study uses primary and secondary data obtained from informants through in-depth interviews, Focus Group Discussions, and guided observations with instruments in the form of interview guides and FGD guides. The results showed that the implementation of PIS-PK was carried out by the health center officers. Roles and tasks are regulated through the SK head of the public health center with one person holding more than one responsibility other than the responsibility for services at the public health center. HR analysis shows that all public health centers experience overwork, especially after the start of the PIS-PK program, this affects the service at the public health center. The implementation of PIS-PK in Banyuwangi is still not running according to the target, this is due to the lack of competent human resources owned by the public health center in implementing PIS-PK. This causes excessive workload on public health center staff in implementing PIS-PK.

Analysis of Health Screening Problems at Public Health Center with an increase in NCD cases in East Java, Indonesia

Annisa Hidayati; Chatarina Umbul Wahyuni; Candrajaya .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3907-3913

NCD cases in one city in East Java Indonesia have increased from 2017 to 2018, especially in the Southern Region City. Hypertension and Diabetes Mellitus are the two highest NCDs. Thus, health screening is secondary prevention that is important to do to against NCDs’ increase. This study aims to find out the priority and root which cause health screening problem and used in planning and implementing prevention of NCDs appropriately. This study was a descriptive observational study conducted in July 2019. The problem priority detected in health screening is the lack of integrated development posts that can be accessed by the community, especially time during implementation. The root cause was many targets spread over in the large area and did not have much time to participate in integrated development posts, a low number of cadres available, and a low number of health kits and infrastructure. Recommendations that can be given are strengthening intersectoral collaboration, empowering communities by initiating the formation of integrated development posts with youth cadres, and opening schedules in the afternoon to reach other targets that have high mobility, especially workers.