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Administrasi dan Kebijakan Kesehatan

ISSN 1412-8853

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

Order : 5, and page :76 - 79

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Original Article :

Problem solving cycle (psc) intervention program based on 7 principles to hospital patient safety

Author :

  1. AGUS DONNY SUSANTO*1
  2. WIDODO J. PUDJIRAHARDJO*2
  1. RSU Surya Husadha, Bali
  2. Dosen Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat

Abstract :

This research is the action research with PSC intervention based on 7 principles to hospital patient safety. Theresearch was done at RSU Surya Husadha Denpasar with the research correspondences from Patient Safety Team atInpatient and Pharmacy Unit of RSU Surya Husadha Denpasar. The number of the team is 10 teams consist of nurse,pharmacist, pharmacist assistant and interpreter prescription. The research instruments are questioner dan observation.The research result indicates the condition of the Seven Principles to Hospital Patients Safety has increasing from minuscondition before intervention to good condition after intervention. The seven principles as follow: 1) The patient safetyvalue awareness, 2) The commitment to grant a patient safety service oriented, 3) The identification skill to predict arisk’s factor cause of patient safety incidents, 4) The obedience of the patient safety incident reported, 5) The effectivecommunication skill with the patients regarding to the risks of the patient safety incidents, 6) The identification skill offinding the main cause of the patient safety incident, 7) The skill to utilize the information that connect with the mainproblems in case to avoid the repeated incidents.

Keyword :

Patient safety, Problem Solving Cycle, Action Research, 7 Principles to Hospital Patients Safety,


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