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Administrasi dan Kebijakan Kesehatan

ISSN 1412-8853

Vol. 11 / No. 2 / Published : 2013-05

TOC : 7, and page :84 - 87

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Original Article :

Optimization of nursing staff utilization through job redesign

Author :

  1. NI KOMANG MARINA AYU KRISNA*1
  2. ERNAWATY*2
  1. Mahasiswa Pasca Sarjana
  2. Dosen Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat

Abstract :

Within the year of 2007-2009 there was an inefficiency of nursing staff utilization (work under-load) at Negara RegencyGeneral Hospital indicated by the number of patients at the out-patient unit only 3-16 patients per day and the averageof BOR at the in-patient unit is 57.71-62.02%. The general objective of this study is to arrange a recommendation on theoptimization of nursing staff utilization at Negara Regency General Hospital through job redesign. This is a descriptivestudy with an observational survey. The technique of sample collecting uses total samples of 43 respondents in 8 units.The instrument of this study uses observation method and questionnaires. The result of this study reveals that the majorityof nurses’ education is a level of D-3, there are some job descriptions which are not implemented either at the out-patientunits or the in-patient units. Besides, the work is under-load at both in-patient units and out-patient units except InternalDiseases polyclinic. Job design at the in-patient units consisting of autonomy, task variety, task identity, task significanceis categorized as mediocre and feedback element is considered high. Whereas for out-patient units, the task variety iscategorized as mediocre while autonomy, task identity, task significance and feedback are considered high.

Keyword :

nursing staff, utilization, job redesign, work load,


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