Utilization Analysis of District Health Account Document in Health Planning and Budgeting Study in West and Central Lombok District
*Corresponding author: Ernawaty, Department of Health Policy and Administration, Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia, Mulyorejo, Campus C, Surabaya, 60115, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Health account is a tool which describes health expenditure systematically, comprehensively and consistently which used in national level (National Health Account/NHA), provincial level (Provincial Health Account/PHA) and district level (District Health Account/DHA). Besides, it can be used as a reference on developing health planning and budgeting in each area. West and Central Lombok District have been developed District Health Account (DHA) since 2006, but they did not utilize it as a reference for health planning and budgeting in district level. This study aimed to analyze awareness, interest, desire and action of stakeholder using AIDA model of hierarchy response in DHA program.
This research was a descriptive observational study with cross-sectional design. This research used purposive sampling technique. The respondents were DHA team, the structural official position of District Health Office and the structural official position of District Development and Planning Agency.
The study found that DHA team, the structural official position of District Health Office, and the structural official position of District Development and Planning Agency categorized into aware and desire category. However, the majority of the DHA team member, the structural official of District Health Office, and the structural official of District Development and Planning Agency in West Lombok District and Central Lombok District were categorized as uninterested and inaction category.
Utilization, District Health Account, Health Planning, Health Budgeting, Health Office.