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This study identified problems of collaboration between general practitioners and specialists in the management of patients in the emergency unit, factors that impede the collaborative process and evaluated efforts of hospital management in supporting the collaborative process.

View original from journal. Problems in communication and coordination often have an impact on the poor service. The hospital management still has problems in contract system with the doctor, the procedures in sakkt recruitment process, debriefing doctor, and the standard of care in the emergency unit.

User Username Password Remember me. The hospital management still has problems in contractsystem with the doctor, the procedures in the recruitment process,debriefing doctor, and the standard of care in the emergencyunit. Problems in communication and coordination oftenhave an impact on the poor service.

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This study identified problems of collaboration betweengeneral practitioners and specialists in the managementof patients byaws the emergency unit, factors that impede thecollaborative process and evaluated efforts of hospital managementin supporting the collaborative process. Download full text Bahasa Indonesia, 8 pages. Jurnal Manajemen Pelayanan Kesehatan. Individual factors such as a lack of confidence in the competence of specialist physicians, social closeness, the arrogance of specialists to general practitioners, incomplete standards of care in the emergency unit, and physician adherence to hospital policies and regulations are all obstacles in implementing cooperation teamwork in the emergency unit.

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This descriptive and exploratory study obtained data from in-depth interviews, official documents and routing, as well as participant observation and field observations.

General practitioners play a major role in running the service in the emergency department.

This situation becomes more complicated with theexistence of blaming culture, no informal meetings betweendoctors, tacit practices in the supervision and guidance of themedical staff, as well as management’s lack of assertivenessoffenses committed by doctors on hospital policies and regulations.

As members of the team, general practitioners often disagree with specialist doctors. The hospital management,on the other hand, takes a losing position urmah thepresence of doctors.

They even have legal consequences for the hospital. bylawx

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Hospital management failed to prioritize the development and the implementation of hospital bylaws that control poor professional coordination and communication. General practitioners play a major role in runningthe service in the emergency department. This study shows that general practitioners and medical specialists fail to understand the legal consequences of poor cooperation in emergency services.

Hospital managers should enforcetheir hospital bylaws to control personal and professional arrogance. Hospital management failed to prioritizethe development and the implementation of hospital bylawsthat control poor professional coordination and communication.

If a hospital manager develop and enforce the hospital bylaws relevant to situational problems in emergency care, reluctance and barriers sxkit between physicians, personal issues, and professional bias in medical practice would no longer a source of poor team performance. This study shows that general practitioners andmedical specialists fail to understand the legal consequencesof poor cooperation in emergency services.

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The hospital management, on the other hand, takes a losing position in the presence of doctors. Article Metrics Abstract views: If a hospital managerdevelop and enforce the hospital bylaws relevant to situationalproblems in emergency care, reluctance and barrierscollaboration between physicians, personal issues, and professionalbias in medical practice would no longer a source ofpoor team performance.

Collaboration between GP and specialists, hospital management, emergency unit. General practitioners and specialists hosptal a poor working relationship that can be coined the legal consequences in the management of patients in the emergency unit.

Individualfactors such as a lack of confidence in the competence ofspecialist physicians, social closeness, the arrogance of specialiststo general practitioners, incomplete standards of carein the emergency unit, and physician adherence to hospitalpolicies and regulations are all obstacles in implementing cooperationteamwork in the emergency unit.

Hospital managers should enforce their hospital bylaws to control personal and professional arrogance. As members ofthe team, general practitioners often disagree with specialistdoctors.

This descriptive and exploratory hosputal obtaineddata from in-depth interviews, official documents and routing,as well as participant observation and field observations. Jurnal Manajemen Pelayanan Kesehatan. General practitioners and specialists have a poorworking relationship that can be coined the legal consequencesin the management of patients in the emergency unit.

They even have legalconsequences for the hospital.