Analysis the Role of Management for Achieving of Public Health Coverage Programs at Public Health Care in Bengkulu
Keywords:Planning fuction, Mobilizing Implementation, Supervision Control Assessment and indicator program.
Background: Public Health Care is a primary public health service center. It is also as a promotive and
preventive service provider with a target group and community to maintain and improve health and prevent
disease. In the implementation of the health program the management function in the public health center is
called planning (P), Mobilizing implementation (MI), Supervision Control Assessment (SCA). The purpose
of conducting a public health care management analysis is Planning (P), Mobilizing Implementation (M.I),
and Supervision Control Assessment (SCA) on the achievement of public health care performance indicators
in Bengkulu City.
Study Design: The research design used is exploratory or non-experinmental research for qualitative
methods and analytic research designs are cross sectional observational approaches for quantitative
methods with hypothesis testing. Informants in this qualitative study were carried out by means of purposive
sampling, namely by conducting interviews with all the Head of Public Health Center. The sample in this
study amounted to 80 samples consisting of the head of the Public Health Center, the person in charge of the
program and the implementer of the Public health care program/activity
Results: There is a relationship between Management functions (planning, mobilizing implementation,
controlling assessment control) to the achievement of the performance of the Environmental Health,
Nutrition, Prevention and Disease Control program at Bengkulu City Health Center;
Conclusion: The implementation of management functions (Planning, Mobilizing Implementation,
Supervision Control Assessment) influences the Environmental Health, Nutrition, Disease Prevention and
Control program in Bengkulu City Health center.
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