Factors Affecting the Performance of Management Officers of Maternal and Child Health Programs at the Jayawijaya Community Health Center
Kasman Deti Arief, Darmawansyah, Indar, Muhammad Alwy Arifin, Syamsiar S. Russeng Rahmatiah.
The achievement of the Minimum Service Standard target in the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) program at the Jayawijaya District Health Center is still low. The purpose of this study was to analyze the factors that influence the performance of the officers managing the Maternal and Child Health Program at the Jayawijaya District Health Center. This research method is qualitative research with a case study approach, with 12 informants. The study was conducted in October 2020. The results showed that the provision of training related to MCH was still lacking so that the ability and skills of MCH program officers were mostly still low, the allocation of funds by the government was right on target, the supervision of the MCH program had been carried out regularly and periodically and program planning in the form of an annual Work Plan for Regional Apparatus Units (SKPD) has not been prepared. It is recommended to the head of the Jayawijaya district health office to hold training to increase the capacity and skills of health workers, make budget planning in accordance with existing technical guidelines, provide advocacy to the regional government budget team, form an integrated supervision team, form a MCH program planning team. , as well as planning the MCH program budget