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dc.creatorParinduri, Siti Khodijah
dc.creatorPujiyanto, Pujiyanto
dc.descriptionBy 2015 the deaths due to PTM are 68% and projected in 2030 to increase to 74%. Indonesia in 2013 based on Riskesdas data shows that 69.6% of diabetes mellitus and 63.2% of hypertension are still undiagnosed. The government's proactive efforts are through the implementation of Posbindu PTM which shows a very different number of visits in the target area of the Pasir Mulya Public Health Center. The purpose of this study is to know more in the description of management, communication, partnership and innovation in the implementation of Posbindu PTM and the factors that determine the results of the evaluation of the implementation of Posbindu PTM. This study is a qualitative study with in-depth interviews, focus group discussions (FGD), document review and observation at two Posbindu PTM with the highest and lowest visits to people with similar characteristics. The results of this study indicate that human resource management is a contributing factor in the implementation of Posbindu PTM,  communication and innovation need to be supported by partnership. The implementation of Posbindu PTM is supported by the optimization of management, communication, partnership and innovation factors that are interrelated in improving the successful implementation.en-US
dc.publisherFaculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesiaen-US
dc.rightsCopyright (c) 2018 Journal of Indonesian Health Policy and Administrationen-US
dc.sourceJournal of Indonesian Health Policy and Administration; Vol 3, No 1 (2018); 31-38en-US
dc.subjectManagement; Non Communicable Diseases; Posbindu PTMen-US
dc.titleManagement, Communication, Partnership, and Innovation Factors in Posbindu PTM Implementation Process in Gunung Batu Bogor Cityen-US
dc.typePeer-reviewed Articleen-US

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