Pengaruh prinsip good hospital governance (tata kelola rumah sakit) terhadap kinerja perawat di ruang rawat inap RSUD Labuang Baji Kota Makassar
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The hospital is a health service company with a direct influence on the society. Article 36 of the Republic of Indonesia Constitution Number 44 of 2009 mandates that hospitals must apply good hospital governance and clinical governance. This demonstrates the crucial need of creating a hospital governance system to serve public health needs. Furthemore, the performance of Labuang Baji Hospital has been unsatisfactory throughout the last two years. One of the causes of this situation is a lack of hospital governance implementation. This has implications for the poor quality of care in hospitals as nurses are the primary service providers. With the greatest quantity and frequency of patients served, it is essential to investigate the relationship between hospital governance and nurse performance at Labuang Baji Hospital in the City of Makassar. The purpose of this study was to examine at how elements of good hospital governance, such as transparency, accountability, responsibility, independence, and fairness, influenced the performance of nurses in the inpatient wardt at Labuang Baji Hospital in the City of Makassar. This study is crucial because it explores deeply into the concept of hospital governance, in this context on the performance of a nurse, and it is applicable to health care facilities, specifically hospitals. The output will be the scientific discovery of the effects of good hospital governance on the performance of nurses at Labuang Baji Hospital Makassar. The findings of this study will be published in credible publications, as well as seminars and teaching materials for FKM UMI students. This is a quantitative study using a cross-sectional study approach. The participants for this study were nurses who worked in the inpatient ward at Labuang Baji Hospital Makassar. Nurses from the RSUD Labuang Baji Makassar inpatient ward, which had a population of 170 nurses, have been used as samples. The stratified random sampling method was chosen, with a sample size of 114 respondents based on the Harry King Nomogram table and just a 5% error rate. To gather information, a questionnaire was employed. SPSS software was used to analyze the data using multiple regression analysis. The study found no statistically significant relation between the principles of good hospital governance based on transparency (openness of information), accountability, responsibility, independence, and fairness and the performance of nurses in the inpatient ward at Labuang Baji Hospital. The hospital intends to enhance its hospital management system in line with Good Hospital Governance principles.
Keywords: Good hospital governance, transparency, accountability, responsibility, independence, fairness and performance.