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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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From Concept to the Practices of the Accountability of Hospitals in Indonesia

Author: INDRIANTY SUDIRMAN, INDAHWATY SIDIN, NURDJANAH HAMID, VITALY V. GONCHAROV, IVAN GENNADIEVICH SUBBOTIN
Abstract: The development of a specific and comprehensive accountability model for hospitals is very important to achieve effective, efficient, and equitable health services. Despite the fact that the concept of accountability seems straightforward, the implementation in the hospital management, either public or private hospital still need to be clarified. Therefore, it is very important to investigate further the clarity of both concept and practice of accountability. This research is divided into three stages. Firstly, exploring dimensions of accountability in hospitals. Secondly, analyzing the validity and reliability of the measurement model of accountability in hospital management. Thirdly, developing the model of accountability practices for each functional management in the hospitals. This paper focuses on the finding of the first stage by combining exploratory methods of research with theoretical and empirical review related to accountability. In general, the result of this first study is able to explore the dimensions of accountability and the portrayal of the practices of accountability in hospitals in Indonesia. Despite, the same principles of accountability in public and private hospitals in Indonesia, it is obvious that the practices in public hospitals tend to be more rigid compared to private hospitals, which tend to be more flexible.
Keyword: Accountability, Responsibility, Transparency, Mandated goals, Effectivity, Efficiency, Equitability
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.325
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