USING PUPIL’S HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO MANAGE PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS’ HEALTH
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 911-922
Abstract- The focus of this research is the use of SIMKesdik in supporting the health management of pupils in primary school. The research aim is to gain an overview of the effectiveness in the use of SIMKesdik from the aspects of benefits, ease, use of human resources, cost, and time spent processing pupils' health data. The research uses a qualitative method with a naturalistic approach to data collection and the researcher as the main instrument. The research subject is the use of SIMKesdik in Primary Schools in the city of Sukabumi. Sources of research were headteachers, UKS support teacher, health center personnel, Sub-District Health Service (UKS) Support Team, Sukabumi Municipal Health Service (UKS) Support Team, and SIMKesdik developers. The data collection technique was through observation throughout the processes of preparation, development, and implementation testing of the pupils' health management information system, complete with interviews and document study. The research was located in SDN Sukasirna and SDN Suryakencana CBM primary schools in Sukabumi. Research results show that the existence of SIMKesdik helps health service (UKS) managers in schools to collect, document and manage to check the health results of pupils, helps the UKS Support Team and health center (Puskesmas) to follow up on pupils' health test results and determine policy related to support and develop the UKS health service in the area of work, facilitates UKS staff in the administration of pupils health data and is efficient in the use of cost and time, measured from the flow process of SIMKesdik.
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