This study aims to determine the Jamkesmas Program Evaluation in terms of health care, management, and implementation of funding and to determine the factors inhibiting the implementation of medical treatment.
This research is a qualitative descriptive study. Informants in this study Jamkesmas Team Is Bengkulu Provincial Health Office 3 people, business Jamkesmas Hospital Dr. M Yunus Bengkulu 1 person and 10 patients on referral services Bengkulu province Jamkesmas out of 10 districts/municipalities in the province of Bengkulu. The technique of determining informant pourposive sampling method. Processing and analysis of data using the data of data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion. In this study, researchers used a technique authenticity of data source triangulation and triangulation techniques.
Health services at primary health care level has been running well, whereas in advanced health services are still not able to satisfy the patient. This means that health services can not be implemented as standard and Management Jamkesmas program implementation is not optimal views of the referral has been running out of province but cover letters decision difficult because the patient’s family and the requirement is too much bureaucracy and too long distance remote offices that issue licenses and Funding primary health care and referral health services have not been put to good use. This is caused by a lack of human resources, lack of technical capacity and location of facilities management services that are difficult to reach. While the operational funds are put to good use.