Factors Associated with Program Coverage Achievement Funded by Health Operational AID at Community Health Center, Kendari, South East Sulawesi


Indah Purnamasari, Sija Tiku, Pirman

 

Masters Program in Public Health, School of Health Sciences Mandala Waluya, Kendari

 

ABSTRACT

Background: Community Health Center is expected to serve as a gatekeeper, such that most of the health problems can be tackled at the Community Health Center.  Pro­grams such as ma­ter­nal health, family program, immunization, improvement of com­munity nutrition, health pro­­motion, environmental health, and disease control were funded by Operational Health As­sis­tance or Bantuan Operasional Kesehatan (BOK). The main purpose of this study was to analyze factors associated with program co­ve­rage achievement funded by health operational aid at community health center, Ken­dari, South East Sulawesi.

Subjects and Method: An analitycal study with cross-sectional approach was con­duc­ted at se­ve­ral Puskesmas (community health center) Kendari, South East Sulawesi. A total sample of 90 patients was selected for this study by total sampling or saturated sam­pling.  The dependent va­riable was achievement of programe coverage fund­ed by BOK. The independent variables were planning, training and organizing. The data were col­lec­ted by questionnaire and analyzed by chi square.

Results: Achievement of program coverage funded by BOK improved with better plan­ning (OR= 4.51; 95% CI= 1.82 to 11.17; p= 0.002), training support (OR= 6.41; 95%CI= 2.53 to 16.25; p<0.001), and proper organizing (OR= 16.36; 95%CI= 5.67 to 47.09; p<0.001).

Conclusion: Achievement of program coverage funded by BOK is affected by plan­ning, trai­ning, and organizing.

Keywords: achievement of program coverage, planning, training, organizing

Correspondence: Indah Purnamasari. Masters Program in Public Health, School of Health Sciences Mandala Waluya, Jl. A. H. Nasution No. G 37, Kendari, South East Sulawesi. Email: indahpurnamasariansar456@gmail.com. Mobile: 085340582083.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.26911/theicph.2019.04.24

         

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