PENERIMAAN DOKTER DAN WAKTU TUNGGU PADA PERESEPAN ELEKTRONIK DIBANDINGKAN PERESEPAN MANUAL



Putu Kusumarini1(1*)

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Abstract


Background: Since February 2009 hospital has been using
electronic prescribing at outpatient clinics to reduce the medicine
collection waiting time at outpatient pharmacy.
Objective: To describe the role of electronic prescribing in
minimizing the risk during prescribing and transcribing, identify
doctors’ acceptance and also to compare patients, medicine
collection waiting time with electronic prescribing to manual
prescribing.
Methods: A study on doctors’ acceptance was a descriptive
study by using quantitative analysis. Interview with doctors
regarding their experience in using electronic prescribing and
also interview with pharmacies getting information about the
role of electronic prescribing in minimizing the risk during prescribing
and transcribing was a quantitative analysis study. A
study on comparing patients’ medicine collection waiting time
with electronic prescribing to manual prescribing was using
quasi-experimental method.
Results and conclusions: Path analysis results showed
that perceived usefullness had bigger influence than perceived
ease of use in term of acceptance of electronic prescribing.
Most of doctors told that they have benefit of using electronic
prescribing. Electronic prescribing could minimize the risk during
prescribing and transcribing and also reduce the waiting
time.
Keywords: electronic prescribing, doctors’ acceptance, prescribing,
transcribing, medicine collection waiting time





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