Assessment on the Programs and Implementation of Health Services in the University

Edmelyn B. Cacayan, Angelito E. Alvarado, Kennedy M. Pelico, Ruby Joy M. Pelico, Trisha Mae B. Ocampo, Rushel F. Samut, Maureen May B. Pascua

Abstract


The Philippine health care system has experienced dramatic changes because the government has instituted various reforms and policies in order to implement easy accessibility to health benefits. Reliability, efficiency and sustainability of health care process enables achieving the goal of improving health care delivery and enhancing patient outcomes. This study aimed to assess the programs and health services, and implementation of health services in terms of accessibility, provider, and quality of the University Health Services. Qualitative descriptive survey was conducted on 111 respondents to assess the level of attainment on the programs and health services, and level of satisfaction on the implementation of health services in terms of accessibility, provider and quality. For the respondent probability sampling and purposive sampling were used in because not all the population will be the respondents. Data were collected and analysed by frequency count and weighted mean. As a result the programs and health services were marked as attained. While in terms of the dimension variable it is revealing that the satisfaction level on the accessibility, provider and quality of health services marked as satisfy as evidence on the average weighted mean. The study concluded that in order to fully attain the programs it needs to be intensify comprehensively and more strengthen regarding on the implementation of the health services. This action would enhance the effectiveness of the health programs by putting it into more comprehensive health services for long term implementation. Moreover, it will guarantee the health of the university at the same time the faculty and staff including the students within the university. In terms of the dimension variable it is revealing that the satisfaction level on the accessibility, provider and quality of health services marked as satisfy as evidence on the average weighted mean. This implies that health services needs to escalate and be more utilize in the university especially to the individual to attain its optimum satisfaction level. Moreover, to increase access to quality care and strengthen health care provider’s ability to plan, coordinate and manage services. This intervention would sustain its functionality and purpose for continuum of care.

Keywords


Assessment, Programs, Implementation, Health Services, Satisfaction

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