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Administrasi dan Kebijakan Kesehatan

ISSN 1412-8853

Vol. 10 / No. 2 / Published : 2012-05

Order : 6, and page :92 - 98

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Original Article :

Economic of scale analysis at specialist clinics

Author :

  1. Rachmad Suhanda*1
  1. Fakultas Kedokteran, Universitas Syiah Kuala, Banda Aceh

Abstract :

ABSTRACT   Specialist clinic  was  one  of product provided by  PHC hospitals Surabaya.  During 2006  to 2011  was  found decreased growth  of the  patient  visit and  revenue. Design  of the  study  was  a cross sectional and  the  study  was  an observational research. The purpose of the research was to analyze  the economic of scale the specialist clinics.  The study  conducted in April-July 2012. The comparison between cost  and quantities of production was used to calculate the average cost.  The Long Run Average  Cost (LRAC) used for determinant. LRAC range between -5% trough 5% will be called as economies. Returns  to scale also calculated. Cardiology, internal medicine, dentist,  surgery and psychiatry were the clinis with diseconomies, decreasing returns, low use  of space and high use  of services, we recomended to add new doctor or additional hours of service. Obstetric  and gynecology, ophthalmology, ENT and pediatric were clinics with diseconomies, decreasing returns, high use  of service and ideal use  of space require the new facilities provision. Dermatology in diseconomies and neurology in economies had increasing returns, need efforts to increase the patient visit. Pulmonology with economies, decreasing returns, low service utilization and low use  of space need to increase the efficiency.   Keywords: specialist clinics,  costs of production, economies of scale

Keyword :

specialist clinics, costs of production, economies of scale,

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