Analysis of Verlos Kamer Register System and Surgical Room Desktop-Based at Baliméd Hospital Denpasar
The hospital conducts a patient registration procedure with the intent of collecting information on all patients to enable the reporting of a renewable hospital information system based on information requirements. Based on study observations of the manual Verlos Kamer and surgical room registers at BaliMéd Hospital Denpasar, it was determined that data imbalances existed. This study aims to develop a desktop-based verlos chamber and surgical room register system for the BaliMéd Hospital Denpasar. The system development life cycle is the system development analysis method. The research approach is quasi-experimental, consisting of a single-group pre- and post-test. The findings of the questionnaire-based usability test were 77.79%. The outcomes of the study utilizing the Paired T-test for the Verlos Kamer database. As the p-value is known to be 0.0328 0.05, it can be concluded that the Verlos Kamer register system and desktop-based surgical room at BaliMéd Hospital Denpasar are effective in reducing the incidence of imbalanced data in the register. Given that the p-value for registering surgical rooms using the Paired T-test is 0.0034 0.05, it can be concluded that the Verlos Kamar register system and desktop-based surgical room at BaliMéd Hospital Denpasar are effective in reducing the incidence of imbalanced data in the surgical room register. Web- and mobile-enabled, certified electronic signature-affixed system development recommendations for generating birth certificates from Verlos chamber and surgical room register data.