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Evaluation of Covid-19 Treatment Programs in Palopo City

Author: SRI HASTARI RAHAYU, DARMAWANSYAH, INDAR, AMRAN RAZAK, APIKINDARTY MOEDJIONO, VONNI POLOPADANG
Abstract: Number of Covid-19 Cases in South Sulawesi Province as of August 1, 2020, from 24 regencies/cities, Palopo city was listed in 16th place with 58 confirmed positive cases. Covid-19 cases are classified as low, but the city of Palopo is set to enter the red zone because it has a CFR of 5.7 percent, while the national set should be 4.8 percent. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the Covid-19 prevention program in Palopo City through the criteria Health care system. This research is qualitative research with an instrumental case study approach. This study uses a formative evaluation method intended to monitor program progress during the program, to provide feedback for program improvement and refinement. There were 8 informants divided into 2, namely 6 key informants and 2 additional informants. The data collection techniques used in this study were in-depth interviews, observation techniques, and document techniques. Researchers use triangulation to obtain high-level truths if approached from various points of view, the triangulation done is data sources, triangulation of theories, and triangulation of methods. The results of research to assess the success of prevention through health service system criteria show that the health system is sufficiently capable of detecting cases of Covid-19 which may return to increase. It is hoped that all health facilities will continue to carry out screening at every entrance to prevent infection at the health facilities and the government will form a special team to provide continuous education to the public about covid-19.
Keyword: Evaluation, Prevention, Health Services, Covid-19
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.02.013
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