Original Research Article
Year: 2019 | Month: January-March | Volume: 4 | Issue: 1 | Pages: 37-44
Drug Management in Pharmaceutical Installation of Health Office at Jayapura District
Theresia Tanan1, Sarce Makaba2, A.L.Rantetampang3, Anwar Mallongi4
1Magister Program of Public Health, Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura.
2,3Lecturer of Master Program in Public Health. Faculty of Public Health, Cenderawasih University, Jayapura
4Environmental Health Department, Faculty of Public Health, Hasanuddin University, Makassar
Corresponding Author: Theresia Tanan
Background: Management of Pharmacy Installation medicine Jayapura District Health Office which is a series of planning, procurement, storage, distribution, use, recording and reporting, monitoring and evaluation. From the results obtained there are still many things that need to be addressed, especially from the facilities and infrastructure and the lack of understanding of the officers in calculating the number of quarterly drug needs.
Purpose of research: Increasing the need for essential drugs in health facilities, rational use of drugs by the community, ensuring safety, efficacy, and quality of medicines and distribution.
Research method: Qualitative with survey studies conducted in April-May 2018 in Jayapura District Pharmacy Installation and 3 (Three) Puskesmas working areas of Jayapura District Health Office involving 8 (Eight) informants. The data obtained is processed in a qualitative descriptive manner.
Result of research: Drug planning in drug management of the Jayapura District Pharmacy Installation saw the use of drugs in the puskesmas and the remaining warehouse stock of the Pharmacy District of Jayapura Regency. Insufficient understanding of officers in calculating drug needs. There is no planning team formed. Procurement of drugs according to drug needs is a budget source. Narrow drug storage and the absence of a refrigerator as a place to store reagents. NAPSA cabinets and antiretrovirals have been placed separately and regulated by the FEFO. Medicines are routinely and specifically distributed and drug requests are in accordance with the use and VEN analysis system used. The prescription was received by the clerk then screened the prescription to see the rationality of prescription with a minimum waiting time for prescription services of 5 (Five) minutes at the most 1 (one) hour. For records, only the stock card and expired drugs are destroyed. Monitoring only when the routine distribution goes down to the Puskesmas.
Keywords: Management, drug management, IFK Jayapura