Analysis Of The Effect Of Web-Based Electronic Expedition On The Time Of Availability Of Medical Records At Mangusada Regional Hospital, Badung Regency
Ni Putu Dian Efriliana1, I Wayan Widi Karsana2, Rai Riska Resty Wasita3
Program Studi Perekam dan Informasi Kesehatan, Universitas Dhyana Pura1,2,3
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Expeditions for borrowing and returning inpatient medical records at the Mangusada Regional Hospital are still carried out manually by writing in the expedition book. The use of manual expedition books has a risk, namely data can be lost, torn and data is difficult to find so that it affects the delay in patient service time and delays in providing medical records. The Standard Operating Procedure for providing medical records at the Mangusada Regional Hospital is adjusted to the Minimum Service Standard, which is 15 minutes. The research design used in this study is Pre-Experimental Design. The system development analysis method used is the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Usability test results obtained a percentage value of 80% which can be classified as "Good". The Mann Whitney test results get a significant value of 0.000 <0.05 which indicates the influence of web-based electronic expeditions on the time of providing inpatient medical records at the Mangusada Regional Hospital, Badung Regency. The conclusion obtained in this study is that there is an effect of web-based electronic expeditions on the time of providing inpatient medical records at the Mangusada Regional Hospital, Badung Regency with a significance value of 0.000 and the average time of providing inpatient medical records is 11 minutes.
Keywords: Electronic Expedition, Provision of Medical Records, Hospitalization