Evaluation of Risk Management Implementation in Medical Gas Installation Hospitals with ISO 31000: 2018 Approach


Tertia Yudya Aldyth, Ede Surya Darmawan

 

Masters Program in Public Health, Universitas Indonesia

 

ABSTRACT

Background: Medical gas management system in the healthcare industry must be regu­lated to capture any potential risk imposed. The number of medical gases required in a hospital must be estimated accurately. Otherwise, it may affect the quality of health ser­vice in the hospital. This stu­dy aimed to evaluate the medical gas management sys­tem and to identify potential risk in a hospital. This evaluation process was expected to help reduce the number of unwanted events, especially in medical gas installations.

Subjects and Method: This was a descriptive study using ISO 31000: 2018 approach con-duc­ted in several hospitals. The data were collected by observation of medical gas installation follo­wed by detailed interview with the chief, management staff, and logistic report docu­men­tation staff of medical gas installation.

Results: The management of medical gas in the hospitals was not effective or efficient due to a number of hospitals in Bekasi were still using conventional medical gas cylin­ders. In addition, medical gas management was lacking in operational fund and human resources.

Conclusion: The management of medical gas installation in the hospital under study was not effective or efficient.

Keywords: evaluation, risk management implementation, hospital medical gas, ISO 31000: 2018

Correspondence: Tertia Yudya Aldyth. Masters Program in Public Health, Universitas Indonesia.

Email: aldyyth­@gmail.com. Mobile: 081298919183.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.26911/theicph.2019.04.03

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