THE EFFECT OF INFORMATION SYSTEM USABILITY AND MIDWIFE INVOLVEMENT TOWARD PERCEIVED USEFULNESS OF JEMBER SAFETY CENTER (JSC) WITH FAI IN JEMBER REGENCY

Authors

  • Maya Weka Santi
  • Atma Deharja

Abstract

Jember Safety Center (JSC) with Fokus Anak Ibu (FAI) is a health information system based on Android to optimize the implementation of pregnancy referral and childbirth women in Jember Regency. All the data of high-risk pregnant women will be integrated to this system, so midwife coordinator in Primary Healthcare can access this data with their Android smartphone. This system is one of efforts to decrease maternal and infant mortality rate in Jember Regency. Based on preliminary study, JSC with FAI was not running well. This study aims to analyze the effect of information system usability and midwife involvement in system design toward perceived of use of JSC with FAI in Jember Regency. This is an analytic research with cross sectional design. The sample of this research are midwife’s coordinators in Primary Healthcare in Jember Regency (45 people). The variables in this study are information system usability, midwife involvement and perceived usefulness of JSC with FAI. The analysis is carried out through Multiple Linear Regression. The results showed that information system usability had an effect on the perceived usefulness of JSC with FAI (sig = 0.000; β = 0,621) while the involvement of midwife in information system design did not affect perceived usefulness of JSC with FAI (sig = 0.164; β = 0,165). It could be concluded that the usability of JSC with FAI system need to be improved in Jember Regency.

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Published

27-12-2019