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So far, vocational training for GPs lower compared to the world median: 2. Doctors are distributed unevenly across the country. There It is anticipated that GPs will be a key stakeholder in all of the is one doctor for every population in urban areas, whereas in new Government-led PHC initiatives.
Whilst the improvement of rural area, one doctor serves 16 people 3. Due to the scarcity of GPs, par- policy changes, it is still not certain how practicing GPs perceive ticularly in rural and regional areas, the Indonesian Government has and maintain standards of practice in primary care, and whether authorised midwives and nurses to provide primary care within the they will be ready to respond as the reforms are implemented. Puskesmas and their auxiliary centres 5,6.
Most health care per- Additionally, maintaining a complex role is not without its personal sonnel in Indonesia, including specialists, GPs, midwives and nurses, challenges. The literature widely discusses the increase of health undertake dual practice by working in both the public and private problems among GPs, and the decrease in their job satisfaction, in sectors mainly to supplement the low salary paid to public servants. PHC system in developing countries.
In this system, GPs are paid by a capitation system and are required to dispense medicines. Ethical approval was obtained from the University of Sydney, where The capitation fee remunerated for private practice GPs is higher than the irst author undertook her doctorate.
Support for the research the capitation fee paid for Puskesmas. The local ethics review BPJS-Kesehatan for their basic health care needs in ambulatory and board Faculty of Medicine Andalas University provided endorse- in-patient services.
For patients deemed to be above the poverty line, ment of the study. Potential participants were contacted via tel- the premium for BPJS-Kesehatan is paid for by themselves or their ephone and a total of 25 GPs gave informed consent.
They must In this qualitative study, using grounded theory 18 , semi-structured visit a Puskesmas for their primary care needs. However, for second- interviews facilitated the collection of sensitive information from the ary or tertiary services, PBI recipients have similar rights to non-PBI participants about their experiences of medical practice.
The PBI program is a continu- developed and maintained good practice and how they evaluated the ity of existing free health insurance schemes for the poor: Jamkesmas extent to which their practice relects good practice. The interviews and Jamkesda 7. They were audiotaped with participant various health insurance schemes.
Their membership is gradually consent, transcribed and de-identiied. The uninsured population is mostly made up of the In line with grounded theory, data collection and analysis, and working classes, who are particularly vulnerable to falling into pov- theoretical framework development were conducted simultaneously erty when they get sick since they have to pay for their health care 18, The irst author coded the irst two interview transcripts and services out of their own pocket 9.
In addition to the basic cover grouped these codes into categories using a constant comparative of BPJS-Kesehatan, Indonesians can download private insurance. In method. The emergent analysis also guided the purposeful selection , only 1. The open coding process from private insurance 7.
Transcripts were then selec- Furthermore, new rules and regulations are being developed and tively coded to ensure categories were adequately supported by data. Since , medical The irst author continuously discussed the data collection schools have been required by the Indonesian Medical Council— and interpretation with the other authors. The translation was conducted by the irst author in specialist nature of the primary care and public health activities discussion with the second and ifth author regarding the appro- within Puskesmas and their auxiliary network.
Many GPs working priateness of the English translation.
The irst author asked partici- as primary care clinicians who served patients in the Puskesmas pants in person and via phone if they agreed with the analysis and clinic—Usaha Kesehatan Perorangan UKP GPs having to delegate their clinical work at the Puskesmas to their staff midwives and nurses.
This raised concerns about GP workload and the quality of the services provided where nursing staff were act- Results ing outside their scope of practice.
Participant characteristics I am in Puskesmas, the only GP there. The majority of participants had more than and write prescriptions with midwives and nurses.
Interviewee 12 one job this is referred to as dual practice. Jamkesda health insurance paid by the Government for the poor. As a result, practice Under activities and services offered to members of insurance companies. These were a restricted concept of the PHC system, lack of It is not wrong to send them midwives and nurses to the villages, regulation of private primary care practice conducted by GPs, mid- but they should only work on maternity and child care. Unfortu- wives, nurses and specialists and the low coverage and inappropriate nately, they are also targeted to serve primary care services inde- pendently.
The Government should have made a clear boundary policy of the public health insurance system.
Further, the Government did not recognise the midwives and nurses. Gender Male 11 Female 14 2. Practice types: most of participants dual practice Solo 21 Puskesmas 6 Private health clinic 7 4.
Practice location Urban 15 Suburban 5 Rural 5 5. Servicing member of health insurance State health insurance 8 Private health insurance 6 None 11 system should be modelled around primary and community services led beyond the scope of their professional legal competencies, in private by the GP and supported by appropriate staff. Increasing the number practice settings outside the auspices of Puskesmas and their auxil- of Puskesmas auxiliary centres that were staffed only by midwives and iary centres.
Even in my place, there tive PHC. Conversely, participants argued that these Government initia- is an anaesthesia nurse treating patients in his surgery and he has tives potentially blurred professional boundaries among GPs, midwives much more patients than me and other neighbouring GPs. Inter- and nurses, and made it dificult to work collaboratively.
This restricted ing cases outside their scope of practice and were not referring their concept had signiicantly contributed to the blurred boundaries of patients to specialists for further management. Unfortunately, there are some GPs who grab everything, do whole The lack of regulation of private primary care of patient care.
They tackle everything on their own even though practices the patients actually should be referred. Participants reported that due to the lack of monitoring of pri- Thus, our data indicated that the lack of Government control vate primary care practices, their specialist colleagues had encroached on private primary care practices had signiicantly contributed to into the primary care domain.
Participants believed that Puskesmas escalating conlict and competition between primary care profes- and private practice GPs were not in the interest of patients for their sions and the secondary care specialists due to the unclear scope of health care needs, even though those patients were in the domain of practice between them.
Participants believed that a lack of universal health insurance cov- In the case of patients without health cover, they mostly the well- erage deterred sick patients, many of whom were uninsured, from off by-pass us by visiting the specialists directly.
They never refuse them.
They continue to have got worse. Another consequence of unsuccessful self- with their job These indings resonate with how they thought that GPs would not be able to handle the advanced participants in our study approached their clinical tasks.
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Semakin banyak terpapar oleh berbagai jenis masalah, keluhan atau gejala yang akan dijumpai di pelayanan kesehatan primer, lulusan dokter diharapkan memiliki kemampuan penyelesaian masalah yang lebih baik.
Daftar masalah ini dibagi menjadi dua, yaitu daftar masalah individu dan daftar masalah komunitas. Daftar masalah individu perlu dikuasai oleh lulusan dokter, karena merupakan masalah dan keluhan yang paling sering dijumpai pada tingkat pelayanan kesehatan primer. Daftar masalah individu berisikan keluhan, gejala maupun hal-hal yang membuat individu sebagai pasien atau klien mendatangi dokter atau institusi pelayanan kesehatan.
Daftar masalah komunitas berisikan daftar masalah yang dirasakan oleh masyarakat di sekitar tempat dokter praktik dan berpotensi dapat menimbulkan masalah kesehatan di tingkat individu, keluarga dan masyarakat. Daftar ini tidak menunjukkan urutan prioritas masalah kesehatan. Daftar Masalah Individu. Koordinasi di tingkat lapangan. Angka kematian bayi Gizi. Sosial ekonomi Standar Kompetensi Dokter Kontrasepsi mantap suntik.
Gizi buruk. Kesehatan reproduksi. Angka kematian ibu. Flu burung. Gaji rendah.
New emerging disease Imunisasi. Informasi ilmiah terbatas. Revitalisasi posyandu. Pengobatan tidak rasional. Kualitas SDM terbatas. Regulasi Pelayanan Kesehatan. Tidak berizin 42 Standar Kompetensi Dokter.
Dana terbatas. Medical supplies kurang. Data terbatas kurang lengkap. Hepatitis B Pelayanan Kesehatan. Tidak ada koordinasi yang baik antara puskesmas dengan rumah sakit. Disiplin rendah. HIV Aids. Revitalitasi puskesmas. Tidak melaporkan penyakit KLB.
Pembiayaan pelayanan kesehatan bantuan langsung tunai. Tingkat Kemampuan 3 3a.
Dokter dapat memutuskan dan memberi terapi pendahuluan.