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The integrated health services information system to support the sustainability of health care delivery system in Indonesia

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3 Author(s)
Surjadi, E. ; Nat. Inst. of Health R&D, Minist. of Health, Indonesia ; Aryastami, K. ; Kosen, S.

The Health Information System (HIS) in Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia (MOH-RI) was developed for supporting the policy and strategy in health program management. However, the decision making process has not been supported completely by the 'promising' HIS. Since mid 1998, the new approach of integrated information system was introduced. Meanwhile, work is under way in building a data bank in the information pyramid, especially in anticipating decentralization implementation to keep a suitable environment for National HIS development. The study research of Assessment in Sustainability of Health Care Delivery System (HCDS) formally started in early year 2000. The main aspects of critical success factors (CSFs) in Health Care Delivery System (HCDS) have been considered in keeping the health services sustained. The creation of a distributed data base management system (DBMS) within the networking system, from central to province, district up to grass root area. The observation to monitoring and evaluation for further feasibility growth of the integrated system has been exposed for two provinces, which are DKI Jakarta and West Java. Some recommendations for transition period of existing system to the new one, as well as the alternative mechanism of management information system, for central and regional level and link among them, are explained within the scope of sustainability of HCDS. It is hoped that the model would be recommended for further implementation in nation wide for the sustainability of health care delivery system

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Management of Innovation and Technology, 2000. ICMIT 2000. Proceedings of the 2000 IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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