Presentation on theme: "Experience on the Development and Use of Tool for Assessing the Quality of Maternal and Newborn Health Care and Services in Hospital and Primary Health."— Presentation transcript:
Experience on the Development and Use of Tool for Assessing the Quality of Maternal and Newborn Health Care and Services in Hospital and Primary Health Center in Indonesia Dwiana Ocviyanti *Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Faculty of Medicine University of Indonesia *Indonesian Association of Social Obstetrician and Gynecologist firstname.lastname@example.org
Background The decrease of maternal and neonatal mortality has been slow in Indonesia despite increasing access to institutional births, suggesting deficiencies in the quality of care. MoH of Indonesia working together with Indonesian Association of Social Obstetrics and Gynecology (HOGSI) and Faculty of Public Health University of Indonesia (PPK-UI) carried out a systematic assessment of the quality of maternal and newborn health care and services in hospital and primary health center by developing a tool suitable to identify priority issues and promote action.
Developing the Tool A standard-based tool, covering 2 main areas ◦ case management ◦ support facilities Using scoring system range as A, B and C A - meet the criteria B - doesn’t meet the criteria C - not found /done at all For B and C : the designated score should be completed by giving explanation on it
Area of assessment The Quality of: antenatal care normal labor delivery newborn care, postpartum care, infection prevention monitoring and follow-up management of obstetrics complications the supporting facilities for maternal health care
References Main references: ◦ WHO Making Pregnancy Safer: Assessment tool for the quality of hospital care for mothers and newborn babies (Eurotools 2009) ◦ PONED & PONEK evaluation forms (2008) Supporting references: ◦ WHO Integrated Management of Pregnancy and Childbirth (IMPAC) guidelines books (2003 – 2006) ◦ MoH guidelines of ANC (2010) ◦ Williams Obstetrics and Gynecology (2010) ◦ Other guidelines developed by MoH and medical school
Consideration in selecting the indicators to be assessed Primarily based on references Using minimum existing standards that are expected to give optimum outcome If minimum existing standards are perceived to be insufficient, guidelines based on higher standards are used as recommendations of practice Discussion with experts Indicators should produce data that are important in developing: ◦ maternal and neonatal care and services ◦ Improvement and future interventions by the MoH ( the way forwards)
Progress of development Begins in October 2010 Weekly/biweekly meetings (core team) Monthly/bimonthly meetings (core team,with WHO, UNFPA, MoH, PPK-UI) Meetings with reviewers (expert from professional organization and center of education) ◦ January 2011 ◦ November 2011 Online correspondence and feedbacks from all the reviewers 1 st field test at RS Budi Kemuliaan to test the tool – Jul 2011 Finalisation – Jan 2012
Experience in using the tool 20 hospitals, 40 government primary health centers and 40 midwife’s private clinics at 10 provinces in Indonesia Random sampling method. Sources of information ◦ visit to services, ◦ medical records, ◦ observation of cases, ◦ interviews with staffs and mothers.
The Assessor Multidisciplinary team (one team for each province). Each team consist of: ◦ 1 OBGYN specialist, ◦ 2 GPs ◦ 2 midwives ◦ 1 health staff from Ministry of Health ◦ 1 health consultant from international donor agency. ◦ Local managers and staff provided the necessary information and were involved in discussing the findings and the priority actions
The Assessment Training for the assessors – Feb 2012 2 nd field test (4 district hospital and Primary Health Center in Bogor) – Feb 2012 (all member of the team practise to use the tool in ‘real situation’ at the hospital and puskesmas) Assessment in 10 provinces – Feb to Mar 2012
Kualitas asuhan antenatal ASUHAN ANTENATALRS *Puskesmas* Petugas melakukan: Melengkapi riwayat medis 33,86%48,52% Melengkapi pemeriksaan fisik umum dan obstetri 50,00%59,38% Konseling dan edukasi 24,17%45,00% Pemeriksaan penunjang rutin 39,38%19,69% Pemeriksaan penunjang bila ada indikasi 49,00%52,50% Memberikan suplemen dan imunisasi 62,50%73,13% Rujukan 57,50%72,50%
Kamar Bersalin Kebersihan dan Pencegahan Infeksi KEBERSIHAN RS (n=20) Puskesmas (n=40) Tersedia dan sesuai dengan standar 11 (55%)23 (58%) Tidak tersedia atau tidak sesuai standar 9 (45%)17 (42%) KETERSEDIAAN TEMPAT SAMPAH Tersedia dan sesuai dengan standar 2 (10%)3 (7%) Tidak tersedia atau tidak sesuai standar 18 (90%)37 (93%) KETERSEDIAAN FASILITAS CUCI TANGAN RS (n=20)PKM (n=40) Tersedia dan sesuai dengan standar 5 (25%)5 (12%) Tidak tersedia atau tidak sesuai standar 15 (75%)35 (88%) KETERSEDIAAN TEMPAT TIDUR OBSTETRI/BERSALIN Tersedia dan sesuai dengan standar 5 (25%)12 (30%) Tidak tersedia atau tidak sesuai standar 15 (75%)28 (70%)
Problems During tools development: Deciding which indicators to be investigated Defining the standards of care because the available guidelines are not yet established nationally During assessment: Varied perception among the assessors towards the score
Conclusion A tool has been developed and could be used for assessing the quality of maternal and newborn health care. This tool had already been used and the result seemed suitable to be use as a baseline data to improve the quality of maternal and newborn health care and services in hospital and primary health center in Indonesia *email adress: email@example.com