Interprofessional Collaboration: Kewajiban dalam Pelayanan Kesehatan

Cynthia Eka Fayuning Tjomiadi

Abstract


Abstrak:

LATAR BELAKANG: Penerapan interprofessional collaboration sendiri diyakini banyak memberikan dampak positif terhadap efektifitas dan efisiensi pelayanan kesehatan.

TUJUAN: Pada artikel ini akan membahas dampak dari pelaksanan interprofessional collaboration hingga faktor penghambat keberhasilan interprofessional collaboration.

METODE: Metode yang digunakan adalah review artikel ilmiah.

HASIL: Hasilnya, ditemukan berbagai signifikansi terhadap dampak positif pada pelaynan kesehatan. Faktor penghambat dalam pelaksanaan interprofessional collaboration dikelompokkan ke dalam tiga kategori, yaitu hambatan pada individu, lingkungan kerja dan hambatan pada lingkup sistem.

 

Kata Kunci : Interprofessional Collaboration, Pelayanan Kesehatan

Abstract

BACKGROUND The application of interprofessional collaboration itself is believed to have many positive impacts on the effectiveness and efficiency of health services.

OBJECTIVE In this article, we will discuss the impact of implementing interprofessional collaboration to reward the success of interprofessional collaboration.

METHODS The method used is a review of scientific articles.  

RESULTS The result, found a variety of significance for the positive impact on health services. Inhibiting factors in the implementation of interprofessional collaboration are grouped into three categories, namely obstacles in the individual, work environment and obstacles in the scope of the system.

 

Keywords : Interprofessional Collaboration, Health Service


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