Analisis Pengaruh Faktor Organisasi Dan Faktor Individu Terhadap Kualitas Pelayanan Puskesmas Studi Pada Puskesmas Kecamatan Kedawung Kabupaten Sragen - Jawa Tengah

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The research object is the quality of health service organized by Public Health Centre (PHC) in Kedawung District, Sragen Regency, Central of Java Province. Based on the discussion of the results obtained by the conclusion, that there is a positive and significant influence between Organization Factors and Individual Factor toward Quality of Health Services organized by Kedawung PHC. Thus the hypothesis being tested eight acceptable. Thus it can be stated that the Organization Factors and Individual Factor are factors that determine the quality of health services organized by kedawung Community Health Center in Sragen regency.The research finding is a new model of health service with the title Health Service Assurance Model. The model was developed from a new concept and construction with 13 factors, namely (1) Resources Services, (2) Accountability Services Fund, (3) Organization Skills Service, (4) Demotivator Services, (5) Extroversion Services, (6) Orientation Task Leadership services, (7) Orientation Relationship Leadership services, (8) Orientation Changes Leadership Services, (9) Human Resources Information Services, (10) Information Technology Services, (11) Relations Information Service, (12) Procedures Service, and (13) Technical Services.Research conclusion, the overall hypothesis is accepted and its relations positive and significant. Finally found is Model of Health Services Assurance . Performance of health services PHC Kedawung very good. Suggestions for Central Government, Local Government, and Management Health Center Kedawung that 13 factors can be used as norms, standards, procedures and criteria in the community health services.
Original languageIndonesian
Pages (from-to)34-47
JournalJurnal Ilmu Kesejahteraan Sosial
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2017


  • Public health service, minimum service standards, allocation fund, capacity building, reward system, attribute personality, leadership, information systems, client orientation, health services assurance.

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