The development of Sijangkrik (Sistem Informasi Jenjang Karir Perawat Klinik) in Supporting the Implementation of a Nurse Career Path System at Islamic Hospital Assyifa, Sukabumi


The application of the Ministry of Health Regulation No. 40 regarding nursing career paths will significantly impact the nursing service system in Indonesia, helping to improve performance and professionalism in this sector. The career path system provides benefits to both the organization and the employees. However, there are at present obstaclessuch as a lack of supporting infrastructure, poor preparation, and a lot of technical work that needs to be carried out in implementing the career path system. This study proposes that an information system would help the application of a career path system to be more efficient and effective.The development of sijangkrik started with data collection using qualitative research to obtain data with the focus group discussion technique, interviews and documentation studies, followed by the information system development stage with the research and development (R and D) approach, of the 10 stages of the R and D process, researchers only until the 3rd stage, this is due to the limited time and resources the researcher has. Phase 3 is executed with the FAST method. In developing this system the researcher is assisted by a programmer.


Keywords: Research and Development, career path systems, employment information systems.

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