Ar05.03 Observational Study About Doctors Ability In Handling Cases In Alor District, East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia

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Author(s): 
W. Istiono, A. Mukti, L. Trisnantoro, S. Sastrowijoto, F. Ekawati;
Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Wahyudi Istiono
Gadjah Mada University
Yogyakarta
Zip: 55281
Indonesia
Email: fitriana_murriya@yahoo.co.id
Phone: +62274631203
Fax: +62274631203
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Background:
The primary care physician is one of the major health care providers in Indonesia. The ability of country primary health care physicians is governed by the Indonesian Medical Competency Standards (SKDI). By default, the ability of physicians is expected to meet the needs of public health services both at the primary, secondary and tertiary to overcome the health problems in the country. Alor regency is one of the regency in East Nusa Tenggara Province is quite remote area. Health services in the district is relatively below than other areas in Indonesia. Therefore the study and specific interventions to improve the ability of physicians in this area is very important to be learned.
Purpose:
to know and improve quality of care in Alor and provide stakeholder input to enhance the policies and better services.
Methods:
This study is an observational study about the comprehensive capabilities of primary care physicians in the district of Alor with SKDI and PCAT questionnaires compared with with the existence of cases, the support means and policies. Interviews were conducted to stakeholders about the services provided in the handling of cases with limited access to referral. Development of research will also be done with the intervention of training on clinical skills are still below the expectations of stakeholders.
Results:
The ability of the average ability of physicians in Alor regency is still under Standard SKDI, but the average rating of good service provided by the community. The interviews with physicians and stakeholders stated that the conditions of health care still needs to be developed. The biggest obstacle is geography, the ability of physicians that still needs to be improved and the lack of support from relevant local government in health policy.
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AR05.03
Observational Study about Doctors Ability in Handling Cases in Alor District, East Nusa Tenggara Indonesia