Ministry seeks to expedite provision of KRIS facilities
The Ministry of Health has tested the implementation of KRIS in four hospitals…
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Ministry of Health is developing a strategy to help expedite the completion of medical infrastructure in accordance with the criteria of Standard Hospitalization Class (KRIS) to reduce the increase in bed occupancy rate (BOR).
During a meeting with Committee IX of the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR RI) on Tuesday, Deputy Minister of Health Dante Saksono Harbuwono said the results of the KRIS implementation trial in four hospitals had triggered the increase in BOR.
“The Ministry of Health has piloted the implementation of KRIS in four hospitals, namely RSUP (Reference Hospital) Dr. Tadjuddin Chalid Makassar (South Sulawesi Province), RSUP Dr. Johannes Leimena Ambon (Maluku Province), RSUP Surakarta (Central Java Province), and RSUP Dr Rivai Abdullah Palembang (South Sumatra Province),” he informed.
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The bed occupancy rate (BOR) at Dr Tadjuddin Chalid Hospital has reached 41% of full capacity, up 61% from the rate before the trial was implemented, he said. declared.
Meanwhile, the BOR of RSUP Dr Johannes Leimena Ambon increased from 22% to 38%, RSUP Surakarta from 30% to 37% and RSUP Dr Rivai Abdullah Palembang from 16% to 26%.
The implementation of the KRIS trial took place under two regimes, namely Class 1, with a maximum of two beds per room, and KRIS Class, with a maximum of four beds per room.
The ministry also conducted a survey in a number of hospitals from August 1 to 5, 2022 to assess their readiness for the implementation of KRIS.
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According to the survey, 202 private hospitals, 8 vertical hospitals, 25 provincial hospitals, 74 district/city hospitals, 15 military and police hospitals and 5 public enterprise (EP) hospitals said they needed improvements. concerning their hospital rooms. .
The criteria investigated for hospitalization rooms were to have a maximum of four beds per room with a minimum distance of 1.5 meters each, to have beds whose size can be adjusted and to have at least one bathroom. bathroom in each bedroom.
Meanwhile, 57 private hospitals, 4 vertical hospitals, 4 provincial hospitals, 13 district/city hospitals, 6 military and police hospitals and 2 state-owned enterprise hospitals said they needed improvements in their medical facilities. support.
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The criteria investigated concerning the support facilities included the presence of two electrical outlets and a nurse call device per bed, the presence of bathrooms meeting accessibility standards and the presence of oxygen outlets.
In addition, other criteria studied included the provision of ventilation, room lighting, one health worker per bed, an adequate room temperature of 20-26 degrees Celsius and stable humidity, as well as the division of hospitalization rooms according to sex and age.
Harbuwono added that his party is committed to help accelerate the realization of infrastructure according to KRIS criteria by financing public hospitals through the state budget (APBN) and the regional budget (APBD).
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