Inhibiting Factors in the Application of Risk Management at Hospital X Jakarta

  • Lestari Hernawati Master of Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, University of Indonesia
  • Rr. Tutik Sri Hariyati Department of Nursing and Basic Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, University of Indonesia
  • Hening Pujasari Department of Nursing and Basic Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, University of Indonesia
  • La Ode Abdul Rahman Department of Nursing and Basic Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, University of Indonesia
  • Hana Mutiasari National Cardiac Centre Hospital of Harapan Kita
  • Harpendewisasmita Harpendewisasmita National Cardiac Centre Hospital of Harapan Kita
Keywords: Risk management, Nurse manager, Monitoring and evaluation, Knowledge

Abstract

Background: The risk management program will run well with commitment and good management. This study aims to describe the experience of nurse managers in implementing risk management in hospitals. Research methodology: this study used a descriptive qualitative approach. The data collection technique used Focus Group Interviews with 12 nurse managers consisting of 1 Sub Installation Head, 7 Unit Heads, and 4 Team Leaders. Interviews were carried out three times, and each implementation consisted of four participants. Analysis using thematic content and consolidation for reporting qualitative research (COREQ) was used as a guide to research reporting. The research found three inhibiting factors in implementing risk management: 1) Busyness, 2) Lack of knowledge, and 3) Lack of structured monitoring and evaluation. Conclusion: The active participation of nurse managers in implementing risk management is very influential in the successful implementation of risk management in hospitals. Good time management, increasing the level of knowledge, and supported by a systematic risk management monitoring-evaluation system means that risk management will be carried out well

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Published
2024-03-18