Adequacy of Strategic Health Health Center in Indonesia (Analysis of Implementation Permenkes 75 /2014)

Budijanto, Didik • Astuti, Wahyu Dwi
Journal article Buletin Penelitian Sistem Kesehatan • April 2015 Indonesia

Abstract

Background: Subjected to five of the National Medium Term Development Plan (RPJMN), the requirement for health personnel, drugs and vaccines In order to meet the needs of health workers, the health minister of Health issued Decree number 75 of 2014. The purpose of this paper is to determine the adequacy of health workers in health centers located in Indonesia. Methods: Data source of PPSDM and Media Centre of the Ministry of Health. Data up to the end of December 2013. The determination of the adequacy of strategic health workers referring health centers Permenkes No. 75 in 2014. At least four types of health personnel that must exist in health centers, namely doctors, dentists, nurses and midwives. Criteria for assessment of the adequacy of four types of health workers in health centers, namely: less, Pretty and Overload. Results: The condition of the health center there is a shortage of general practitioners in five provinces, namely West Papua (77.3%), Papua (55.9%), Southeast Sulawesi (47.5%), East Nusa Tenggara (46.7%) and Nusa Tenggara Barat (41.4%). PHC is a shortage of midwives in the province among others in DKI Jakarta (86.2%), West Papua (71.6%), Papua (70.8%), Maluku (58.6%) and East Kalimantan (51,4%). Conclusion:The placement of strategic health workers have not referring Permenkes number 75 in 2014. Recommendation: socialization Permenkes number 75 of 2014 must be implemented immediately, in order to plan the placement of health personnel refers to the Permenkes

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