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International Review on Modelling and Simulations ; 15(6):381-387, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-20244655


During the COVID-19 pandemic, children under the age of 12 are the most vulnerable age group to health concerns. The goal of this study was to conduct a spatiotemporal analysis of the distribution of COVID-19 cases in Central Java children using the GWR (Geographically Weighted Regression) approach. The data source is the Central Java Provincial Health Office, and the study objects are 35 cities and districts in Central Java province. The data obtained are the number of COVID-19 cases in children aged 0-11 years, the total number of Covid-19 cases, the number of PCR tests per day, the number of vaccinations and the number of health care facilities per city and district per month from March 2020 to November 2021. Hotspot analysis and the GWR approach were used to examine data in semesters 1–4 (S1–S4). From S1 to S4, the number of COVID-19 cases in children increased. Areas that became hotspots for more than two semesters were Semarang City, Semarang Regency, Banyumas, Cilacap, Kendal, and Demak. According to the GWR analysis in S1-S4, the total number of COVID-19 cases, PCR tests per day, vaccinations, and health care facilities all affect the number of COVID-19 patients in children by more than 75%. The total number of COVID-19 cases has a significant impact on the number of COVID-19 cases in children but the number of health care facilities has no effect. The results of the GWR prediction of COVID-19 cases in children show that the cities of Semarang and Banyumas became areas with a larger number of COVID-19 cases in two semesters. According to the hotspot and GWR analysis, the cities of Semarang and Banyumas are regions to be on the lookout for in the spread of COVID-19 cases in S1-S4. © 2022 Praise Worthy Prize S.r.l.-All rights reserved.

Unnes Journal of Public Health ; 11(2):160-172, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-20231838


Findings on health status and condition of patients who came to Kariadi Hospital were classified into two categories comorbid and co-incident. For patient claims to be funded, an assembling process and case-mix coding are carried out for the submission process based on the results of checking the status and health conditions of comorbid and co-incident patients. This study is to know the process of financing the patient's claim at Kariadi Hospital Semarang during the Covid-19 pandemic. The research was conducted in a phenomenological descriptive qualitative manner with the data sources coming from primary informants. Sampling technique with the selection according to the criteria then conducted an interview. Content analysis was used to analyze the data. For Covid-19 patients with comorbidities, previously a claim was made for Covid-19 cases, and if the Covid-19 case was completed but the comorbidi-ties persisted, the guarantor switched from the Ministry of Health to BPJS Health. In the process of financing a patient's claim at Kariadi Hospital Semarang during the Covid-19 pandemic there were two guarantees from the Ministry of Health and BPJS Health. © 2022, Universitas Negeri Semarang. All rights reserved.

Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences ; 14(4):1619-1622, 2020.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1061740


Aims:To evaluate the ergonomics design of the work-from-home facility during COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia and its implications for musculoskeletal, work time, and stress. Methodology: Data were collected from 50 respondents that work from home (WFH). Meanwhile, google form was adopted as the instrument for data collection and both descriptive and path analyses were employed. Results:The results showed that 72% of workers have a fairly good ergonomic work facility design, however, only 28% have a low musculoskeletal disorder (MSDS) that led to a decrease in workers' stress level,nevertheless, 33 minutes is required to deal with their pain. Conclusion:Furthermore, the 3D path analysis showed that higher ergonomic and lower MSDS scores reduce the rest time during working hours. However, both ergonomics and MSDS have no effect on human stress. © 2020 Lahore Medical And Dental College. All rights reserved.