Analysis of The Policy Implementation in Inpatient Primary Health Center’s Services in Jember
Herwanto, Moch. Riza
Ningtyias, Farida Wahyu
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The implementation of Inpatient Primary Health Centers in Jember is running but it is still not optimal. There were 38 Inpatient PHC services in 2011 that increased to be 43 in 2016. The achievement of performance indicators in 2014 and 2015 was that there were 24 Inpatient PHC services having poor category achievement. The purpose of this study is to analyze the implementation of policy of Inpatient PHC services in Jember. The study was a qualitative research and its design was the case study. It used some determined informants, they were key informants, main informants and additional informants. For validity and reliability, it used source triangulation. Data collection techniques used was in-depth interviews and documentation. Data analysis used was Content analysis and Delphi’s analysis. The study was conducted in Jember. The analysis results were that human resources and infrastructures had not been standardized, supporting document services had not been specifically equipped, regulations were still not good, strategic plan indicators were not in line with Government Centre, the Budget was not yet sufficient, and medics did not comply with the SOP. The strategy that can be used by main priority and focus to do that preparation was the Evaluative Mapping Problem.