Factor Analysis of Incomplete Informed Consent in Medical Record Installation Bangil Hospital in 2021
Keywords:Incompleteness, informed consent, medical action
Medical action is an action taken on a patient in the form of diagnostic or therapeutic. All medical procedures to be performed on the patient must in consent. To conduct an informed consent filling, is when the patient agrees to be used as a medical action after being given an explanation by the officer. The one whose in charges to take a medical action must be a medical personnel. According to the hospitals’s standart minimum services, the completeness informed consent filling must be 100%. Bangil Hospital achieved 37% of completeness informed consent filling. This study aims to analyze the causative factors of informed consent incompleteness at Bangil Hospital. This study using a descriptive data analysis. Data collection techniques in this study are using a document studies, interviews and FGD. Document studies were conducted on 100 informed consent documents, interviews and FGDs were conducted to related officers to determine the causative factors of informed consent incomplteness documents which were analyzed using fishbone diagrams. From the results of the analysis, were determined that the priority of the root of the problem to be solved first are the man factor and the method. Thus, The CARL method used to find out an alternative solutions to cope the priority of the root of the problem. From the results of the scoring conducted, the main factor of informed consent incompleteness at Bangil Hospital was due to the absence of a flow in filling out the informed consent.
Keywords: Informed consent, medical action, incompleteness.
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