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Journal > Buletin Spirakel > Gambaran Aksesibilitas Sarana Pelayanan Kesehatan di Propinsi Kepulauan Bangka Belitung (Analisis Data Riskesdas 2007)

 

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Buletin Spirakel
EDISI 2011
Gambaran Aksesibilitas Sarana Pelayanan Kesehatan di Propinsi Kepulauan Bangka Belitung (Analisis Data Riskesdas 2007)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
29 Oct 2012
 
Health services is a basic human right that must be carried out of the country. The Government should implement the principles of good governance in carrying out public services including health services. This analysis tried to show the accessibility of health facilities in Kepulauan Babel (Bangka-Belitung) province using secondary data from "Riskesdas 2007" research. Data from Riskesdas 2007 was get from National Institute of Health Research and Development and have undergone the process of data management. In Kepulauan Babel province, the distance to primary health facilities (hospitals, health center, sub health center, doctors Practices and midwivess practices) <1 km varied, from the highest Pangkal Pinang (87%) and lowest Bangka district (35%). Based on time consume to primary health facilities <15 minute, the highest is the Belitung Timur District (91%) and the lowest Pangkal Pinang (68%). The distance to secondary health facilities (posyandu, posResdes dan polindes) <1 km, the highest is Pangkal Pinang (97%) and the lowest Bangka District (68%). Time consume to secondary health facilities <15 minute, the highest is Belitung Timur District (95%) and the lowest Bangka Selatan District (84%). Based on the availability of public transport to health facilities, the highest is Belitung (51%) and the lowest Bangka Selatan District (4%). The government needs to optimize the current strategy to improve the quality and equity of health services.  Keywords : health facilities, Kepulauan Bangka Belitung, Riset Kesehatan Dasar
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