Development of patient safety incident reporting system application web-based “ASOKA” at Sanjiwani Hospital, Gianyar, Indonesia
Keywords:development, patient safety, report system, system application, web-based incident report
This study aimed to develop a Web-based patient safety incident reporting system and evaluate its satisfaction and benefits. Methods: pre-experimental one-group pre-posttest design and simple random sampling were used. The total respondents were 59 subjects. The research instrument used a questionnaire with a statistical test using a paired T-Test. Results and analysis: As seen from the evaluation results before and after the intervention, respondents' satisfaction with ASOKA Web-based has increased. The Mean value before the intervention was 34.73 and increased after the intervention to 51.49. The maximum before (61) and after (80) the intervention experienced has a significant increase. ASOKA Web-based evaluation has a significant effect (p<0.001) with an effect size value of d = 0.75, which indicates that respondents' satisfaction is in the Moderate Effect range. Conclusion: The testing and evaluation of the ASOKA Web-based at the Sanjiwani Hospital provide satisfaction and benefits for the respondents. The ASOKA Web-based reporting system at the Sanjiwani Hospital is very appropriate to be applied.
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