JABARNEWS | JAKARTA – A total of 12 criteria must be met by hospitals in implementing the BPJS Health Standard Class of Inpatient Care (KRIS). Of the 12 criteria, 9 criteria will be applied starting July 2022. So what are the details of the criteria?
The chairman of the National Social Security Council (DJSN), Andie Megantara, said that in July 2022, the implementation of the BPJS Kesehatan standard class will only apply to 50% of vertical or government hospitals and in January 2023 it will be 50% of hospitals. provincial hospital.
Furthermore, the new policy will be followed by 50% of district/city hospitals and 50% of private hospitals in July 2023.
December 2022 it is expected that the implementation of 9 KRIS criteria has been applied to 100% of vertical hospitals.
“December 2024 the target is 12 KRIS criteria have been applied in all hospitals in Indonesia,” said Andie quoted by detikcom, Friday (10/6/2022).
Based on the rules that have been set, the nine criteria in question are that the building components used must not have a high level of porosity.
Then regarding air ventilation, patient care rooms must have safe window openings for ventilation and natural lighting needs.
The third criterion stipulates room lighting with a standard of 250 lux for lighting and 50 lux for sleeping lighting as measured by a luxmeter on the work plane (bed).
Then every bed must be equipped with two outlets and no branching / direct connection without a current protector, as well as a nurse bell connected to the nurse post.
Furthermore, each bed must have a small cupboard for storage equipped with a key, the room temperature is between 20-26° Celsius, and the treatment room is divided by gender, age, illness, and combined ward.
For accommodation criteria and bed quality, the distance between the edge of the bed is at least 1.5 m and the edge of the bed next to it with a maximum number of 4 beds per room.
The minimum bed size is 200 cm long, 90 cm wide, 50-80 cm high, which for inpatient rooms for children can be adjusted according to age.
The bed uses a minimum of 2 positions, namely the elevation of the head area and the foot area (2 cranks) and uses a safety guard on the side of the bed.
In addition, curtains or rail partitions are pinned or fixed to the ceiling and non-porous materials. This is intended for patient safety and security.
While the other three criteria that will be carried out in stages are bathrooms in the inpatient room, bathrooms according to accessibility standards, and oxygen outlets in each bed equipped with a flowmeter on the back wall of the patient’s bed.
“The nine criteria are mandatory, the other three criteria are many hospitals that ask to be carried out in stages because the cost is more expensive,” explained DJSN Member Asih Eka Putri. (red)