Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Environmental Sciences Paper

Vol 19, Issue 4, 2017; Page No.(1058-1062)

DESIGNING PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT SYSTEMS BASED ON THE METHOD OF THE COMPETENCE OF SPENCER IN THE MATERNAL AND CHILD HOSPITAL MEDAN INDONESIA

GERRY SILABAN, SAMSIDER SITORUS, ARFAH MARDIANA LUBIS AND UMI SALMAH

Abstract

Indonesia which has exceeded a target close to a decrease in the maternal mortality set is the city of Medan, according to data from the City Health Office, up to the year 2012, there are 8 mothers and childrenÂ’s Hospital or rumahsakitibudananak(RSIA) in the city of Medan. But only 7 RSIA who are willing to participate in this research, namely RSIA Harapanibu, RSIA Sri Ratu, RSIA Salam , RSIA Eva, RSIA Badrul Aini, RISA Azakiyah and RSIA Stella Maris. In order to be able to provide quality service, then any such RSIA, requires a workforce that has the ability to deliver quality service. In the RSIA, role, function and responsibility of midwives is fundamental in the advancement of the hospital, then an increase in the quality of performance in the exercise of his profession is highly demanded by the management of the hospital. Therefore, RSIA in Medan city sued provides quality services, especially the performance of midwives, so research first year performance assessment system has been designed which is compiled based on the competence of Spencer. The purpose of the study in the second year is to validate the draft performance assessment system based on method of Spencer, competence that have been created in the first year. The research hypothesis, there is no difference between the value of the rank before and after applying the performance assessment systems competency based midwife Spencer. Quantitative research with pre and post experimental design. The population of the research was the whole midwife in RSIA Sri Ratu, RSIA Stella Maris, RSIA Salam, RSIA Badrul Aini, RSIA Eva, RSIA Az-Zakiyah and RSIA Harapanibu, totaling 109 people. The technique of sampling, purposive sampling, the sample is taken, based on comparison 2:1.5 (2 people to the highest levels of performance and performance level of 1.5 person average), total sample 35 people midwives and midwife supervisor 7 people in each foreign RSIA. Of the univariate analysis and research results, test the bivariatSahiproWilk and T-Test Dependent or Wilcoxon Test. The Shapiro-Wilk test, Sig before = 0.005< α = 0.05; SIG .after = 0.001< α = 0.05, then the distribution of the data is not normal. Wilcoxon test, p = 0.182> 0.05, then there is no difference between the value of the rank before and after applying the performance assessment systems competency based midwife Spencer. The design of a system of performance assessment method based on competence midwife Spencer, have been made in the first year in the RSIA Sri Ratu, RSIA Stella Maris, RSIA Salam, RSIA BadrulAini, RSIA Eva, and RSIA harapanibu was declared valid. For a Director, to redeem the RSIA performance assessment of midwife this once 6 months and used for recruitment, education, training and promotion of midwives in each RSIA.

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