Universitas Muhammadiyah Maluku Utara
   Transparency of Health Toward Bureaucracy Reforms in the  Province of North Maluku in 2015
Transparency of Health Toward Bureaucracy Reforms in the Province of North Maluku in 2015
06 Maret 2017 | by Admin
Saiful Deni
Associated Professor Adinistration and Public Policy,
Muhammadiyah University of North Maluku,
Indonesia

Sumitro Syawal
Department of Social and Politicl Science,
Universitas Muhammadiyah Maluku Utara
Indonesia

Rahmat Fatah
Department of Social and Politicl Science,
Universitas Muhammadiyah Maluku Utara
Indonesia




Abstract:

This study aimed to get an overview of the health administrative transparency in the reform
of the bureaucracy in the province of North Maluku in 5 health centers at 5 District North Maluku. This study used quantitative analysis survey, and The sample using multistage simple random
sampling technique. The low transparency of health administration in the reform of the bureaucracy in
the province of North Maluku. Research shows that in the transparency, the majority of respondents
still feels the service is open, but do not ignore the other respondents who claimed never to have felt it. Even that has seen no open service access due to the difficulty of access. Standardization costs already felt the majority of respondents in the aspect of transparency of health care costs (78.66%), but do not ignore the opinion of the respondents (18%) claimed lack of transparency in health care costs in the health centers. The idea of change in the bureaucratic system of health center services through transparency of health services at the health center, the majority (93.66%) wanted a system is necessary to change the bureaucratic system more transparent with a wish for Commitment aspects of bureaucratic apparatus in a running system, provide facilities for services, change the behavior of the apparatus in service. Similarly, most respondent eager for health care to the community conducted openly and fairly (50%), Bureaucracy as the engine of government administration should be free from corruption (36%) and Services are concerned with the public interest more important than the interests of the group / private (13, 66%). For this to materialize, the majority of respondents want to be responsible for reform of the health care bureaucracy is a central government / local (82%) and "Private / companies (18%). Necessary to change the bureaucratic system of health center services through transparency of health services for the realization aspects Commitment bureaucratic apparatus in the running system, the urgency of the provision of care facilities, changed the behavior of the apparatus in service in North Maluku. The results of this research may reform health care more transparent administration in the province of North Maluku.

Keywords: health administration Transparency, Reforms
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