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Updated Monday, 17 January 2022

2022 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 128-135
Author(s):  
Syamsuddin Maldun ◽  
Saenab Saenab ◽  
Hasriani Hasriani ◽  
Imran Ismail

Quality health services are a hope for every Indonesian people, because this is closely related to one aspect of fulfilling basic life needs for humans, therefore it requires commitment from these health service providers, especially hospitals in supporting the implementation of government programs through the Healthy Indonesia Card. The purpose of this study is to determine and analyze the implementation of services based on the Healthy Indonesia Card program at the Sayang Rakyat Regional General Hospital in Makassar City using qualitative research methods. The results showed that the implementation of the Healthy Indonesia Card program at the Sayang Rakyat Regional General Hospital in Makassar in general was in accordance with the South Sulawesi Provincial Regulation regarding health providers and regarding cooperation in providing free health services, and presidential regulation (Perpres) Number 64 of 2020 concerning National health insurance. This is reflected in the implementation of services provided by the Sayang Rakyat Hospital to patients using the Healthy Indonesia Card (KIS) (PBI) which do not differentiate from general patients or other insurance users, provided that the patient has met the terms and conditions as a KIS patient (PBI). All medical expenses for KIS patients (PBI) who undergo outpatient or inpatient treatment are entirely borne by the government.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 114-127
Author(s):  
Maulida Maulida ◽  
Thomson P. Nadapdap ◽  
Zuraidah Nasution

The research objectives were to analyze the successful implementation of Tazi's Important Innovations in Strategy, Interventions, increasing the scope of interventions for the target of 1000 HPK households, improving nutrition intake and reducing infections and the impact of Tazi's important innovations in preventing stunting in the working area of ​​the Rusip Health Center. The type and design of the research is descriptive qualitative. Data sources consist of Primary Data and Secondary Data. Data collection techniques consist of interviews, observations and documentation, data analysis techniques in the form of data reduction, data presentation, and drawing conclusions. Testing the validity of the data using source triangulation and member check. Quality control process is carried out by applying PDCA. Research ethics such as Informed consent, Anominity and confidentiality. The Regent of Central Aceh has made Regulation Number 14 of 2019 concerning stunting handling in Central Aceh Regency and is very committed to the prevention and reduction of stunting by implementing a stunting reduction strategy through 5 pillars, specific nutrition interventions and sensitive nutrition carried out in an integrated and converged manner with a target of 1000 HPK . The impact of Tazi's Important innovation is able to reduce the prevalence of stunting in Tirmiara Village. Implementation of the Strategy for the Acceleration of Stunting Prevention is based on five main pillars. Interventions to accelerate stunting prevention consist of specific and sensitive interventions. increasing the scope of intervention in the target of 1000 HPK households


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 99-105
Author(s):  
Kelmar Hulender ◽  
Putkei Zeppanos

The purpose of this article is to find out the condition of the management leadership transition from the Covid period to the New Normal. The leadership model needed in times of crisis is a specific leadership model, because crisis conditions can separate effective leaders from ineffective leaders so that the handling of crisis conditions will also only be effectively carried out by leaders with a certain set of qualifications and characteristics. It takes expertise in management leadership so that it can survive in crisis conditions.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 106-113
Author(s):  
Lily Dianafitri Hasan ◽  
Faisal Akbar Zaenal ◽  
Intan Fauziah Amaliah

This study aims to describe foodies assessing popular-commercial foods. In this study, the method used is a qualitative method. The informant determination technique used is purposive (deliberate). The data collection used is by observation, in-depth interviews with informants, and confirmed by various literature studies that are relevant to the research topic. The results showed that from the taste, feeling related to service, and the condition of the place to eat, nothing could stand alone as the most dominant in determining a foodie's assessment of food. One of these factors can invalidate a good rating on the other factor. On the other hand, in conducting an assessment, foodies base their general assessment of expectations on the image of the food, the food maker, the place to eat and also the price of the food.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 80-98
Author(s):  
Muhammad Zulkifli

A coastal protection structure mostly built to protect human from the detructive wind and wave energy. The various option of type and design has been invented in the development. This study investigates the impact of seawall development in Pambusuang Village, West Sulawesi. This study will examine the fishery activity change after the development of seawall. The benefit and disadvantages of the seawall structure to the community also as well as the community response to address the impact of seawall development will be explored in this study. A mix quantitave and qualitative approach is used in this study. A set of questionnare has been distributed and structured interview to selected infromant were also conducted. The study found that fishermen has changed their docking behavior due to the limited area to docking. Moreover, the respondent believes that seawall has properly function to halt erosion, protect their house and other infrastructure from the wave attack. The other issues is the disharmony between pro and contra seawall development, inundated river flow and damage of natural habitat. The response of the community to addressing some impact of the seawall development such as their adaptation to the sloping gate between the seawall, the use of traditional anti fouling painting and their suggestion to construct breakwater disattached from the shoreline. The findings above has been formed the basis of recommendations to have a participatory development approach and experience sharing between the parties in the community to adapt with the impact of seawall development.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 70-79
Author(s):  
Safaruddin Safaruddin ◽  
Juanda Nawawi ◽  
Nur Indrayati Nur Indar ◽  
Muhammad Tang Abdullah

The application of policy adaptive to the implementation of policies in the world of education will result in a control. The existence of a policy adaptive policy that is applied can measure 70% of the output generated from the policy. Therefore, policy adaptive makes policy implementation in the world of education more active to contribute in achieving the required tasks. This study aims to (1) describe and analyze educational policy settings. (2) Describe the design and implementation of education policies. (3) Knowing policy monitoring on the implementation of education policies. This research method uses a descriptive qualitative approach through case studies. Collecting data through observation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis uses data reduction, data presentation, verification, and drawing conclusions. The results of this study found that policy adaptation in the implementation of education policies in the Covid 19 Era was applied with 3 indicators, namely (1) policy settings through 6 important points whose implementation was in accordance with the ability of the school. (2) the design and implementation of education policies is carried out through 9 points, namely SOP, School Task Force, Curriculum Design, Design of technical guidance and special training for educators, PTM scenarios for online learning, and coordination of schools with supervisors, task forces, health centers and the Committee for Policy Implementation Government. (3) policy monitoring on the implementation of education policies carried out through 6 stages.


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 56-69
Author(s):  
Asmawaty Asmawaty

The purpose of this study is to determine the strategy of influencers in attracting tourist visits to Bulukumba Regency. The method used in this research is a qualitative approach. The subjects in this study were the people around the tourist attraction, tourists and the Bulukumba Regency Tourism Office. The research instrument is Observation, Interview and Documentation. The results of this study show. Influencer Marketing is one of the marketing strategies by using efficient social media to promote a product or service offered by the industry. Not only that, using Influencer Marketing can significantly cut costs used for promotions


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 39-45
Author(s):  
Endriy Artem ◽  
Voktir Busyedin

The goal of this study was to ascertain the critical nature of public transportation under the supervision of a health protocol. During the COVID-19 pandemic's New Normal phase, the government issued an appeal addressing health procedures for individuals who are active in public spaces or who use public facilities. This protocol also applies to the public transportation industry, specifically the bus industry. Health rules for bus use must be strictly adhered to and monitored in order to prevent the virus from spreading. The health protocol is implemented to offer a sense of security for public bus riders without jeopardizing the quality of service. A series of laws limiting capacity and enforcing strict adherence to health protocols for all modes of public transportation


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 31-38
Author(s):  
Muhammad Haekal Ansyar ◽  
Rusnadi Padjung ◽  
Muslim Salam

This study aims to analyze the relationship between the human development index and the regional development of West Sulawesi Province. This study uses panel data analysis that combines time series-cross section data and uses the Two Stage Least Square (2SLS) method. The type of data in this study is secondary data taken from the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) of West Sulawesi. The variables of the human development index are life expectancy, average length of schooling, expected length of schooling and purchasing power index. While the variables of regional development are poverty, unemployment, regional inequality and GRDP. The results of the analysis using the 2SLS method. In the HDI equation, the PW variable partially has a negative but not significant effect on the HDI for =5%. However, if for =20% PW has a negative and significant effect on HDI. While in the PW equation, the HDI variable partially has a negative but not significant effect on PW for = 5%. The R2 in the HDI equation is 97.5% and the remaining 2.5% which shows that the influence of PW, Life Expectancy, Average Years of Schooling, Expected Years of Schooling, and Purchasing Power Index together have an effect on HDI. While in the PW equation, the determination of R2 is 99.2% and the remaining 0.8% which shows HDI, Poverty Level, Unemployment Rate, Regional Inequality and Gross Regional Domestic Product together affect PW. So, there is a simultaneous relationship between the Human Development Index and Regional Development


2021 ◽  
Vol 2 (4) ◽  
pp. 26-30
Author(s):  
Syefiq Marliaz ◽  
Shahril Azih

The purpose of this study was to determine the role of government mass communication in ASEAN countries in health services during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an effort to increase awareness of COVID-19, the development of digital-based information is increasingly needed. The public needs credible and reliable information to find out the Covid-19 phenomenon and its various impacts. people are increasingly understanding ways to protect themselves, their families, and the environment appropriately. This will also affect the improvement of public health services by providing good education and guidelines in mass media communication in ASEAN countries, especially in improving health services to the community


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