• Petrus Kanisius Siga Tage Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Kesehatan Citra Husada Mandiri Kupang


ABSTRAK Implementasi mengenai discharge planning merupakan kebijakan yang utuh, terintegrasi, dan berkelanjutan sejak pasien masuk rumah sakit, dirawat, serta sampai pasien berada dirumah dan benar-benar tidak membutuhkan perawatan. Tujuan dari penulisan adalah untuk melakukan analisis implementasi discharge planning di Rumah Sakit Umum  X Kota Depok. Metodologi yang digunakan adalah pendekatan pilot study yang dilaksanakan dari analisis situasi, pembuatan plan of action, implementasi, evaluasi dan analisis gap dengan menggunakan literature review. Analisis masalah dilakukan melalui diagram fish bone dan analisis prioritas masalah dilakukan dengan menggunakan analisis CARL. Masalah utama adalah belum optimalnya pelaksanaan discharge planning yang terstruktur dan terintegrasi. Implementasi dilaksanakan dengan pendekatan pilot study. Implementasi yang dilakukan adalah pembuatan panduan dan format discharge planning, sosiliasi, uji coba panduan  dan format discharge planning, serta evaluasi. Hasil uji coba didapatkan bahwa perawat telah melakukan discharge planning terstruktur dan terintegrasi dengan capaian sebesar 92% berdasarkan pengisian format yang ada. Diperlukan  rencana tindak lanjut dari pihak manajemen Rumah Sakit Umum X di Kota Depok untuk menerapkan pelaksanaan discharge planning terstruktur dan terintegrasi. Kata kunci: discharge planning, keperawatan   ABSTRACT Implementation of discharge planning is a complete, integrated, and sustainable policy since the patient is admitted to hospital, treated, and until the patient is at home and really does not need treatment. The purpose of writing is to conduct analysis of discharge planning implementation at the Regional General Hospital X in Depok City. The methodology used is pilot study approach which is carried out from situation analysis, plan of action plan, implementation, evaluation and gap analysis by using literature review. Problem analysis was done through fish bone diagram and problem priority analysis was done by using CARL analysis. The main problem is the not yet optimal implementation of structured and integrated discharge planning. Implementation is done by pilot study approach. Implementation is the making of guidance and format of discharge planning, sociation, pilot study and format of discharge planning, and evaluation. The result of the experiment shows that the nurse has done structural and integrated discharge planning with achievement 92% based on the filling of the existing format. A follow-up plan from the management of X General Hospital in Depok City is required to implement a structured and integrated discharge planning. Keywords: discharge planning, nursing   DAFTAR PUSTAKA Langhorne, P., Jepsen, B. 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Siga Tage, P. (2018). OPTIMALISASI PELAKSANAAN DISCHARGE PLANNING TERSTRUKTUR DAN TERINTEGRASI. CHMK NURSING SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL, 2(1), 1. Retrieved from http://cyber-chmk.net/ojs/index.php/ners/article/view/334