Factors Affecting the Failure of Patient Safety Target Indicators in the Regional Hospital of the Datu Beru Takengon Central Aceh

Authors

  • Ainal Mardiah Master student of the Faculty of Public Health, Helvetia Institute of Health, Indonesia
  • Mappeaty Nyorong Lecturer at the Faculty of Public Health, Helvetia Institute of Health, Indonesia
  • Jamaluddin Jamaluddin Lecturer at the Faculty of Public Health, Helvetia Institute of Health, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrmhss.v1i2.29

Keywords:

Patient Safety Target Indicators, Unattainable Factors

Abstract

The application of patient safety management is very important in an effort to prevent or minimize the occurrence of adverse patient safety incidents. The purpose of this study was to identify the factors that influence the achievement of patient safety target indicators. The method is a quantitative observational study with a cross sectional study approach. The study population was a nurse who worked in the inpatient room with a sample of 60 people who were taken by purposive sampling. The statistical test used is Multiple Linear Regression Analysis. The results of the Multiple Linear Regression Test show that knowledge, communication systems, commitment and experience (regression coefficient values ​​of 0.164, 1.1192, 0.528 and 1.169 have a positive influence on the achievement of patient safety goal indicators and leadership, risk management systems and reporting systems have a significant influence. negative impact on the achievement of patient safety target indicators (regression coefficient values ​​of -0.064, - 0.967 and -0.281). The results of the t test were obtained that the communication system is the dominant factor that has a significant effect on the achievement of the patient safety goal indicators. significant towards the achievement of patient safety target indicators.It is expected that input or consideration for the hospital in evaluating and improving hospital policies in increasing the achievement of patient safety target indicators is in accordance with existing targets.

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Published

2020-10-01