Kasman Makkasau(1*)

(*) Corresponding Author


Background: Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is a global
commitment that must be realized by all countries by 2015,
to accelerate the goal then the health ministries of Bantuan
Operasional Kesehatan (BOK) in helping the distric implement
appropriate health services by improving the performance of
SPM Puskesmas and networks as well as Upaya Kesehatan
Bersumber Masyarakat (UKBM) in carrying out preventive and
promotive health services. Utilization of funds is an authority
of the BOK clinic, it is necessary for an effective method in
determining program priorities. Along with the progress of science
and technology in the field of public health and medicine,
has provided a wide range of alternatives that can be used to
solve the health problems that occur in the community today.
Objective: to determine the utilization of funds BOK intervention
is most effective, with metodogi analitic using a model
system of decision makers using AHP.
Methods: Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) is a model approach
that provides an opportunity for planners and program
managers in health to be able to build the ideas or the ideas
and define problems that exist in a way to make assumptions
and then get the desired solution.
Results: Based on the analysis by using the AHP model, it can
produce an alternative to the use of program funds BOK highly
effective in community health centers. By using the AHP model
then any program that will be implemented with clearly defined
priorities, compared to using Hanlon, Delbeq and PEARL which
has been used by the manager of health programs in Province
West Sulawesi in Indonesia.
Conclusion: It is recommended to use the AHP method in
determining the intervention/program BOK utilization of funds
and benefit the most effective and acceptable to all stakeholders.
Keywords: Analytic Hierarchy Process, Program BOK

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/jkki.v1i1.3073

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