Resources Availability of Non-Specialistic Reference Policies in the Era of National Health Assurance to Ngawi East Java Public Health Centre


Maria Yeny Eskawati

 

Institute of Science and Health Technology Insan Cendekia Medika, Jombang

 

ABSTRACT

Background: The availability of resources is important in running a program. The implementation of the Non-Specialist Referral Policy has experienced many obstacles due to the lack of resource availability. This study aims to determine the availability of resources for the implementation of the Non-Specialist Outpatient Referral Policy in the National Health Insurance Era at the Public health center in Ngawi Regency, East Java.

Subjects and Method: This study was a descriptive qualitative study conducted at Public Health Center in 2017, A total of 31 sources was selected by mapping and purposive sampling. The data were collected by means of triangulation of sources and in-depth interviews, observation, secondary document study. The data were analyzed by reduction, presentation and verification.

Result: Obstacles stems from the absence of a recruitment decree from the regent and no funding from Public health center to recruit under the BLUD scheme. Health equipment available is only 43% to 60% of the need. The main obstacle is the regent approves the high price of equipment and not all budget estimates. Good medicine, if certain conditions are less spent than capitation funds. Finance is sufficient because the sources of funds vary, from capitation, DAK, DAU, BK, BOK, etc.

Conclusion: The availability of medicine and finance is sufficient, but human resources and equipment are still lacking. It requires commitment and policies from Ngawi District Government, public health center policies and public health center commitments to realize the BLUD scheme to overcome resource shortages.

Keywords: Resources, Non-Specialistic Referral, JKN, Public health center

Correspondence: Maria Yeny Eskawati. Institute of Science and Health Technology Insan Cendekia Medika, Jombang, Jawa Timur. Email: mariayenyeskawati@gmail.com. Mobile: +6289796348186

DOI: https://doi.org/10.26911/the7thicph.04.16

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