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The determinants of patient care manager role and the implementation of COVID-19 clinical pathway: a cross-sectional study

Hidayat, Abdul Aziz Alimul and Chen, When-Lin and Nor , Rahimah Mohd and Uliyah, Musrifatul and Badriyah, Fatin Lailatul and Ubudiyah, Masunatul (2022) The determinants of patient care manager role and the implementation of COVID-19 clinical pathway: a cross-sectional study. PeerJ, 10 (e13764). pp. 1-12. ISSN 2167-8359

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              Abstract

              Objective: This study aims to determine the factors associated with patient care manager role and the implementation of the clinical pathway among nurses in private hospitals. Methods: This study was conducted from January–July 2021 using the cross-sectional approach. The sample consisted of 168 nurses working in a private hospital in Surabaya City, East Java, Indonesia. Meanwhile, the data were collected using the Patient Care Manager Role Scale (PCMRS) and analyzed by multiple logistic regression to find the correlation between the variables. Results: A higher percentage of nurses namely 64.3% had compliance in COVID-19 clinical pathways with an average PCMRS score of 27.81 ±2.43. Nurses with a high-level patient care manager role level had a significant compliance risk with odds ratio [OR] 440.137, 95% confidence interval [CI] [51.850–3736.184], and pvalue = 0.000 compared to those with a low role. Conclusion: The role of patient care manager and compliance with COVID-19 clinical pathways correlated significantly. Based on the results, several actions are needed for the early identification of patient service managers’ roles to ensure compliance with COVID-19 clinical pathways and reduce the number of cases in Indonesia.

              Item Type: Article
              Subjects: UNSPECIFIED
              Divisions: 04. Fakultas Ilmu Kesehatan > S1 Keperawatan
              Depositing User: ABDUL AZIZ ALIMUL HIDAYAT
              Date Deposited: 30 Jul 2022 16:03
              Last Modified: 26 Sep 2022 21:38
              URI: http://repository.um-surabaya.ac.id/id/eprint/6399

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