Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Patient Safety


THE CORRELATIONBETWEENORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION CLIMATE AND TEAMWORK ABOUT PATIENT SAFETY INCIDENTSATA PRIVATE HOSPITAL

UlifaHazna Safira; Nyoman Anita Damayanti

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 453-458

Patient safety is one of the important efforts to guarantee and improve hospital quality.However, there are still patient safety incidents in several hospitals in Surabaya, both government and private hospitals.Based on patient safety incident reports, hospital X (private hospital) still has a high number of patient safety incidents in the last three years. It shows that the performance of patient safety in hospital X is still not optimal. The purpose of this study is to analyze the correlation between organizational communication climate and teamwork to patient safety incidents in hospital X. This research is an analytic study with a cross-sectional design conducted in a private hospital in Surabaya. There are 77 respondents from 21 work units as the sample of this study, where the population is 378 respondents from 21 work units. The results of this study indicate the influence of organizational communication climate and teamwork on the implementation of patient safety efforts. Well-organized organizational communication climate and teamwork in the hospitals can reduce the number of patient safety incidents and improve the patient safety culture.Therefore,this study concludes that there is a correlation between organizational communication climate and teamwork onpatient safety incidents.

THE CORRELATIONBETWEENORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION CLIMATE AND TEAMWORK ABOUT PATIENT SAFETY INCIDENTSATA PRIVATE HOSPITAL.

UlifaHazna Safira; Nyoman Anita Damayanti

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 651-656

Patient safety is one of the important efforts to guarantee and improve hospital quality.However, there are still patient safety incidents in several hospitals in Surabaya, both government and private hospitals.Based on patient safety incident reports, hospital X (private hospital) still has a high number of patient safety incidents in the last three years. It shows that the performance of patient safety in hospital X is still not optimal. The purpose of this study is to analyze the correlation between organizational communication climate and teamwork to patient safety incidents in hospital X. This research is an analytic study with a cross-sectional design conducted in a private hospital in Surabaya. There are 77 respondents from 21 work units as the sample of this study, where the population is 378 respondents from 21 work units. The results of this study indicate the influence of organizational communication climate and teamwork on the implementation of patient safety efforts. Well-organized organizational communication climate and teamwork in the hospitals can reduce the number of patient safety incidents and improve the patient safety culture.Therefore,this study concludes that there is a correlation between organizational communication climate and teamwork onpatient safety incidents.

The Importance Of Indentifying Patients Correctly In Hospital (Based On Donabedian Model)

Widani Darma Isasih; Ernawaty .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 756-762

An error due to the mistake in identifying the patient can happen at almost all stages of diagnosis and treatment. The possible result is the incident in patient safety which can cause damage to the patient along with the hospital. This research was focused on the implementation of correct identification to the patient at the regional public hospital of North Lombok regency using Donabedian model for the analysis with qualitative type research. The research subjects were six officers. Additionally, the data collection was through an in-depth interview, direct observation, and document analysis. The finding showed that some patients were not given (using) the patient ID wristbands (wristlet) and the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for identifying the patients had not been distributed to the officer yet. The infrastructures and the facilities were not sufficient in terms of both quality and quantity. In addition, the executing officer did not perform the identification maximally and correctly. Thus, the implementation of identifying the patient based on the Donabedian model (structure/input, process, and outcome) has not been performed at the maximum extent.

Evaluating the implementation of risk management at hospital

Fathiyah Rahmah; RatnaDwiWulandari .; Setianto B

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 854-859

Risk Management has an important role in identifying risks to reduce patient safety incidents. However, patient safety incidents are still very high. In 2016, there were 36 cases found at one of the hospitals in Surabaya. It means that it has not met zero-incident as the Hospital targets. The purpose of this study was to analyze the implementation of risk management at one of the hospitals in Surabaya. This study was a quantitative research with a cross-sectional research design which collected data at one time. The sampling technique was done withtotal sampling. The study results showed that 18 working units (81.8%) at the Hospital had implemented the risk identification process very well. Afterward, as many as 17 working units (77.3%) carried out an excellent risk analysis at the Hospital. They have classified types of risks found, and 15 working units (68.2%) at the Hospital have notably performed it. In addition, the risk control process as a follow-up of risk priority among 19 working units (86.4%) has been well-executed. However,risk management should be supported by awareness of all human resources at the Hospital. Thus, a strategy that can be carried out is strengthening collaboration among health workers, so they are integrated to adopt patient safety in accordance with their profession. The implementation of risk management was carried out very well in most of the hospital's working units. Still, the hospital needs more effort to raise awareness of the importance of patient safety.