Innovative Public Health Through Sutera Emas Program To Realize Health Security

Choiriyah, Ilmi Usrotin Innovative Public Health Through Sutera Emas Program To Realize Health Security. Proceeding UNIMA IAPA International Seminar & Annual Conference 2015.

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Qualified human resources are one of the main components that should be owned by the local and central government in the face of Global Competition. The availability of qualified human resources should be balanced with adequate health resilience through the provision of quality health service. This becomes a serious concern of the Malang Regency government in developing innovative public health. It is implemented by Integrated Epidemiologic Surveillance Based on Community (Sutera emas) program. This program become a national pilot project that to be adopted by Ministry of Health. This program is a system of detection and early warning of disease potentially outbreaks in threatening maternal and child mortality. The program aims to empower communities both as objects and subjects of surveillance that is able to utilize information technology such as cell phones and gateway short message software as media reporting which can analyze the necessary data automatically, 24 working hours nonstop and anytime). This research is conducted in Kepanjen Health Centre, Malang Regency that is using descriptive research with qualitative approach. The result of this research shows health service through Sutera emas program is running well to press the case of maternal mortality, born baby, child; community nutrition problems; and infectious diseases in realizing health security.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: innovative public health, sutera emas program, health security
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > School of State Administration
Depositing User: an umsida
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2017 06:16
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2017 06:16

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