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Effectiveness of Resources to Provide Health Care of National Health Insurance Participants Satisfaction: Meta-Analysis

Mumpuni Intan Pertiwi, Muslihatin Khuril Rosyida, Okky Nurlita Sari, Prajna Pramitha Purba, Raras Indung Palupi, Reza Ramadhana Tahta Firmansyah, Ruth Apriyanti, Samara Rahma Dania, Ulya Khoirunnisa' Atin, Winei Handriani

Abstract

Background: Indonesia is one of the coun­tries in the world that has a commitment to Universal Health Coverage in 2019. Indo­ne­sia has made various efforts to realize this commitment, one of which is through Natio­nal health insurance. The presence of the National Administrative Body is new hope for the Indonesian people for the quality of health services that will be provided. The quality of service can be perceived as good and satisfies the patient if the service received is appropriate or exceeds what is expected. So it is necessary to apply a solution in training or training related to existing resources.

Subjects and Method: This study is a syste­matic review and meta-analysis. The articles used in this study were obtained from Pub­med and Scopus. The articles used in this research are articles published from 2016-2021. The article search was carried out by considering the eligibility criteria defined using the PICO model. P: JKN participants, I: adequate resources, C: insufficient resources, O: patient satisfaction. The articles included in this study are articles full text with a study design Cross-sectional. Articles were ana­lyzed using the application Review Manager 5.3.

Results: Funnel plot of comparisons showed a publication bias, as evidenced by the unbalanced number of plots on the left and right sides. The distance between the plots was far. Forest plot of national health insu­rance (JKN) patients with sufficient resour­ces has 5.56 to experience patient satisfaction compared to patients with insufficient resources.

Conclusion: Publication bias in funnel plots is evidenced by the unbalanced number of left and right-sided plots. Whereas in the forest plot, JKN patients with adequate resources had a higher score, namely 5.56, to experience patient satisfaction than patients with inadequate resources. As a result, there are many complaints about the dissatisfac­tion of JKN participants with inadequate resources, so it is necessary to apply a solu­tion in the form of training or training related to existing resources.

Keywords: Resources, Patient Satisfaction, JKN, Crossectional

Correspondence: Mumpuni Intan Pertiwi.Health Polytechnic Ministry of Health Yogyakarta. Jl. Tata Bumi No 3, DIY 55293, Central Java. Email: mumpuni.ip@gmail.com. Mobile: 085325638182

Journal of Health Policy and Management (2021), 06(02): 154-159
https://doi.org/10.26911/thejhpm.2021.06.02.08

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