The Analysis Causes of Informed Consent in Supporting the Quality of Medical Record In Graha Hospital Medika Banyuwangi
Rizqi Aji Aprilia, Erma Sulistyaningsih, Leersia Yusi Rat
International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology, December 2021; 6(12)
Informed consent is an agreement given by the patient or family after receiving a clear explanation of the patient’s medical or dental action to be carried out. The standard of completeness of the Informed Consent is based on the Hospital Minimum Service Standard No. 290 of 2008 and the hospital quality standard is 100%. The number of incomplete informed consent at Graha Medika Hospital in the third quarter of 2020 was 11.14%, 26.90%, and 41%, which means that the standard for completeness of informed consent has not been achieved. The purpose of the study was to analyze the factors causing incomplete informed consent.
The research design used a quantitative approach with a cross-sectional research design. The population and sample were 258 informed consent forms. The unit of analysis was 30 medical doctors who filled out the informed consent. Data analysis used univariate, bivariate with Spearman Rank, and multivariate with Partial Least Square.
The bivariate analysis results showed that the resource indicator had a relationship with the completeness of Informed Consent with a value of 0.005. A multivariate analysis that organizational factors had a relationship with the completeness of Informed Consent with a value of 0.001.
Strengthening the resource sector with a solid organizational commitment will increase the completeness of informed consent, which is inseparable from the quality of the organization’s management function. A good management function will run in harmony with the level of compliance of good service personnel.
Editor’s note: The International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology is an open access peer-reviewed international forum for scientists and engineers published in India.