Analysis Of Pharmaceutical Personnel Needs On Workload With Method Wisn (Workload Indicator Of Staffing Need) In Hospital Pharmaceutical Installation Hospital Royal Prima
Keywords:Pharmaceutical workforce workload, work sampling, WINS
Hospital Pharmacy Installation (IFRS) is a function implementing unit that organizes all pharmaceutical service
activities in hospitals (Permenkes, 2016). Hospital pharmacy services are one of the activities in hospitals that
support quality health services. This is clarified in the Decree (SK) of the Minister of Health Number:
1333/Menkes/SK/XII/1999 concerning Hospital Service Standards, stating that hospital pharmacy services are an
inseparable part of the hospital health care system that is patient-oriented, providing medicines, including clinical
pharmacy services, which are affordable for all levels of society. This study aims to determine the need for health
workers by calculating the ideal number of pharmacists based on the workload at the Hospital Royal Prima . This
research is qualitative research using observation techniques, interview guidelines and document review. This study
uses research informants where the informants used are the head pharmacist and pharmacist. Data analysis is the
process of systematically searching and compiling data obtained from the results of field observations (work
sampling), in-depth interviews and document reviews. From the results of research conducted that pharmaceutical
workers use 85.3% of their working time with productive activities. Of the productive activities as much as 40.2% are
direct productive activities while the rest are indirect productive activities, and as much as 23.8% of indirect
productive activities are administrative activities, because in this study 8.7% were obtained as nonproductive
activities and personal activities with the results of work sampling with the WINS method, it turns out that the number
of pharmacists installed at the Hospital Royal Prima Marelan is smaller than the need for pharmaceutical workers
installed at the Hospital Royal Prima Marelan.
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