Equity In Healthcare Delivery

Widodo J. Pudjiraharjo • Intan Nina Sari
Journal article Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia • 2013

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(Bahasa Indonesia, 8 pages)


Maternity Insurance Program which known as Jampersal was launched by the Ministry of Health in 2011 to accelerate the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015. Unfortunately until 2012, this program still could not cover all Jampersal€™s target. This study was conducted to analyze the equity in the healthcare delivery between Jampersal users and non-Jampersal users in Dupak. Inequity was predicted to be one cause of the low utilization Jampersal in community health centre. This research was an analytic study with observational method with cross sectional design. Data was obtained by in-depth interview. There were 45 pregnant and 30 post partum respondents drawn by simple random method from a population of 93 people. This research showed the existance of inequity in healthcare delivery between Jampersal users and non-users. The correlation between variables was analyzed with cross tabulation. The highest equity earned by the respondent with Jampersal status and type of high utilization. The conclusion of this research showed that the use of Jampersal could enhance equity of healthcare delivery. Jampersal users got more complete service than non-Jampersal. With same characteristics (parity, gestational age, type of labor, economic strata) and access, Jampersal users obtained more complete service than non-Jampersal.Keyword: need, utilization, Jampersal status, equity


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