RISET OPERASIONAL PENINGKATAN KINERJA TIM KESELAMATAN PASIEN BERDASARKAN STANDAR INTERNASIONAL ENAM TUJUAN KESELAMATAN PASIEN



Moh Ainul Yaqin Darmawan Setijanto Widodo J. Pudjirahardjo(1*)

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(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Background: Patient safety emphasizes reporting, analysis,
and prevention of medical error that often leads to adverse
healthcare events. In 2010, there were 60 incidents related to
patient safety in Nyai Ageng Pinatih Hospital, Gresik, and this
condition was incompatible with the hospital mission to provide
health care professionally and safely. The objective was to
improve the performance of patient safety team at motherchild
hospital, Nyai Ageng Pinatih Gresik based on the Six
Goals International Patient Safety (SGIPS) standards.
Method: This research was an operational research.
Respondents were 41 patient safety team members at the
Hospital. The intervention was carried out from May 7 until
June 30, 2011, with pre and postintervention observations.
Results: Conditions for the implementation of patient safety
based on SGIPS standards increased from 2.5 to 4.34 and the
criterion value is still on “not met”. Most individuals showed
higher awareness, after the intervention; Achieved increased
value of knowledge and participation and decreased personal
objective team members after the intervention. All individual
parameters on team leader (coaching, monitoring, eliminate
problems performance, and set and update objectives)
increased after the intervention.
Conclusion: The study showed changes in awareness, personal
objectives, participation, and knowledge of patient safety
team member after intervention. Coaching, monitoring, eliminate
performance problems, and set objectives and patient
safety team leader contributes to patient safety team performance.
Keywords: patient safety, Six Goal International Patient Safety,
team






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