SIPRO MEDICAL RECORD AS EXCHANGE PROJECT PILOT DATA MEDICAL RECORD (INTEROPERABILITY) HOSPITAL IN BALI

I Made Widnyana, Gerson Feoh, Bambang Hadi Kartiko

Abstract


ABSTRACT

This research was conducted as a pilot project in providing an integrated and
standardized medical record interoperability system that can be applied by hospitals
in Bali under the name Interoperability Information System (SIPRO). During this
time the process of requesting data from outside parties such as the police,
insurance, and health services to the Hospital in Bali related documents relating to
the patient's medical record (interoperability) has not been integrated between the
hospital system with those outside the hospital. The service of exchanging
information with data collection and recording is currently still carried out with
expedition books. The medical record information exchange reporting system is still
manually recapitulated by officers. The system development analysis method used
is the development of Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC) with the Perl
Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) programming language, Hyper Text Markup
Language (HTML), Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) and using a database based on
Structure Query Language (MySQL). The results of this study are a prototype
application (SIPRO) that can assist the police in the process of requesting and taking
visum et repertum, insurers in the process of requesting and taking medical
certificates, and the health department in the process of requesting and taking
medical resumes, and successfully assisting the head of the medical record in the
process of accurately reporting services to support decision making with user test
(usability) Based on the USE Questionnaire method at the Mangusada Regional
Hospital, Badung Regency, Bali Province as a research partner with good results
(79.77%).
Keywords: Interoperability of Medical Records, Visum et Repertum, Medical
Certificate, Medical Resumes, RSD Mangusada


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