Completeness of informed consent in supporting national standard accreditation of patient and family rights 5 hospitals at Ropanasuri surgical special hospital in Padang
Keywords:Informed consent, PFR 5, Quality of service
Background: Completeness of informed consent is one indicator in supporting the accreditation of national hospital standards through the assessment of patient and family rights (PFR) assessment standards 5. In the health service process, informed consent can also be used as evidence and has a strong legal value in the form of a sheet of paper containing the doctor’s explanation about the diagnosis of the disease and the actions that will be performed on the patient.
Methods: This research uses descriptive method with a qualitative approach. The population used was the entire patient medical record file in 2018, which was 3.093 medical record files. Sampling was done by random sampling using a formula according to Notoatmodjo for the calculation of the number of samples and obtained 355 files of medical records. Data processing using Microsoft Excel computer programs. For observing the completeness of the standard rights of patients and families using national standards for hospital accreditation.
Results: Based on the analysis of 355 medical record files at Ropanasuri specialty hospital it is known that 296 pieces of informed consent were filled in with a percentage of 83.38%, 59 sheets of informed consent were incomplete with a percentage of 16.62%. The results showed the greatest incompleteness found in filling the informed consent items of witness signatures of 2.81%, providing information on the completeness of filling the doctor's identity by 2.54% and the name of the witness 1.70% on filling the authentication.
Conclusions: 296 pieces of informed consent were filled in with a percentage of 83.38%, 59 sheets of informed consent were incomplete with a percentage of 16.62%.
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