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2022 ◽  
Vol 34 (4) ◽  
pp. 0-0

eHealth service has received increasing attention. Patients can consult online doctors via the Internet, and then physically visit the doctors for further diagnosis and treatments. Although extant research has focused on the adoption of eHealth services, the decision-making process from online to offline health services still remains unclear. This study aims to examine patients’ decisions to use online and offline health services by integrating the extended valence framework and the halo effect. By analyzing 221 samples with online consultation experiences, the results show that trust significantly influences perceived benefits and perceived risks, while trust, perceived benefits, and perceived risks significantly influence the intention to consult. The intention to consult positively influences the intention to visit. Considering the moderating effects of payment types, the influence of perceived risks on the intention to consult is larger for the free group than for the paid group. The findings are useful to better understand patients’ decisions to use eHealth.


2022 ◽  
Vol 19 (1) ◽  
pp. 92-96
Author(s):  
Roshan Kumar Roy ◽  
Deepak Kumar Roy ◽  
Sabal Ghimire ◽  
Aayush Bist ◽  
Anuranjan Maharaj

Introduction: A global pandemic threat HIV/AIDS is also matter of concern of developing countries like Nepal where the first case was identified in July 1988 and later became epidemic and then concentrated epidemic among risk group for HIV. Several studies reflected HIV is associated to many factors, Literacy and Socio-economic conditions being at the highest rank. Members of Nepal army are generally with less educational background and few with higher educational status are at higher post. Thus knowledge regarding HIV/AIDS among this group need to be assessed. Aims: The overall objective of our study was to assess knowledge regarding HIV/AIDS among Nepal army in Banke district. Methods: A Cross-sectional descriptive study with population size of 146 Army was performed which covered the entire population of Shree Shreemehar Army Camp in Banke, starting from 18th June to 27th August, 2018. A pre-tested questionnaire containing structural, semi-structural and open ended questions were made as data collection tool. All the soldiers in Army camp were interviewed after receiving consent as an ethical clearance. Results: All 146 Army of our study were aware about HIV/AIDS mainly via mass media (83.56%). 33 respondents still didn’t know about availability of its treatment. Misconception about its complete cure and vaccination was seen in 12 and 39 respondents respectively. 58 respondents were found knowing about the free health services by government. 141 respondents knew certain things about prevention. 28 respondents admitted of having multiple sex partners and only 24 among them used preventive measure. Conclusion: Though all the respondents of our study had known about HIV/AIDS still they had misconception regarding its treatment and prevention. Many respondents do not even know about the free health services of government. Few of them still don’t use preventive measure.


2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (1) ◽  
pp. 260-264
Author(s):  
Fitri Nurlina ◽  
Usman Sasari

Fasilitas pelayanan kesehatan adalah tempat yang digunakan masyarakat untuk mencegah, dan meningkatkan kesehatan. Setiap fasilitas pelayanan kesehatan ingin memberikan pelayanan yang baik dan bermutu sehingga dapat diterima oleh masyarakat. Maka dari itu diperlukan suatu strategi yang dapat digunakan untuk melihat pasar atau keinginan konsumen. Salah satu strategi yang dapat digunakan adalah Marketing Mix. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis terkait bagaimana pelaksanaan strategi pemasaran dengan menggunakan marketing mix di pelayanan kesehatan. Jenis penelitian menggunakan penelitian kepustakaan. Dengan populasi 354 artikel dengan teknik sampling menggunakan data based google schoolar, Proquest, Pubmed, DOAJ dan kata kunci Marketing mix, health services, marketing strategies. Sehingga didapatkan sampel 20 artikel yang sesuai dengan kriteria inklusi dan ekslusi. Hasil penelitian didapatkan bahwa menggunakan marketing mix dalam pelaksanaan strategi pemasaran dapat melihat keinginan konsumen secara langsung. Dan dari faktor-faktor marketing mx didapatkan berpengaruh terhadap tingkat kunjungan, keputusan memilih layanan, peningkatan loyalitas dan kepuasan pasien.


Author(s):  
Lauren G. Staples ◽  
Nick Webb ◽  
Lia Asrianti ◽  
Shane Cross ◽  
Daniel Rock ◽  
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Digital mental health services (DMHSs) deliver mental health information, assessment, and treatment, via the internet, telephone, or other digital channels. The current study compares two DMHSs operating in Western Australia (WA)—The Practitioner Online Referral System (PORTS) and MindSpot. Both provide telephone and online psychological services at no cost to patients or referrers. However, PORTS is accessed by patients via referral from health practitioners, and is designed to reach those who are financially, geographically, or otherwise disadvantaged. In contrast, MindSpot services are available to all Australian residents and patients can self-refer. This observational study compares characteristics and treatment outcomes for patients of PORTS and MindSpot in WA. Eligible patients were people who resided in WA and registered with either clinic from January 2019 to December 2020. Results showed that PORTS patients were more likely to be older, male, and unemployed. They were less likely to report a tertiary education and were more likely to live in areas with higher levels of socioeconomic disadvantage. Despite these differences, treatment outcomes were excellent for patients from both clinics. Results provide further evidence for the accessibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of DMHSs regardless of referral pathway or patient characteristics.


2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 28-34
Author(s):  
Hani Rubiani ◽  
Eddy Samsoleh ◽  
Sulidar Fitri ◽  
Shofia Rahmah Soprani

Information system is an integrated system that provides information or data to support various operational activities, management, and decision-making functions of an organization or company. Information systems are needed in an organization because what determines the running of an organization is the information it has, such as in making reports given to the leadership, depending on whether the information is accurate or not. As is the case in non-profit organizations in the community, namely Posyandu. Posyandu (Pos Pelayanan Terpadu) is a form of Upaya Kesehatan Bersumberdaya Masyarakat (UKBM) carried out by, from and with the community, to empower and provide convenience to the community to obtain health services for mothers, infants and toddlers. The implementation of the Posyandu which is routinely carried out every month is carried out by health cadres whose workforce is voluntary and is chosen by local residents and is tasked with fostering the community. The purpose of this community service program is to provide knowledge and understanding to Posyandu cadres so that they can provide maximum health services to the community, especially health service administration during registration, recording and reporting, namely by providing socialization of the use of the Web-Based Posyandu Information System for Cendana Posyandu cadres in Kahuripan Village, Tasikmalaya City. It is hoped that with this socialization, the cadres can use the Posyandu Information System properly so that the health services provided can run optimally. Features that exist in the Posyandu Information System include recording of mother's d


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