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APPLICATION OF VENDOR MANAGED INVENTORY COOPERATION MODEL TO ENCOURAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PRODUCTS IN UD. SARI JAYA Munita, Andary Asvaroza; Kholil, Muhammad; Siwi, Galih Raka; Suparno, Adizty
International Journal of Advanced Technology in Mechanical, Mechatronics and Materials Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Institute for Research on Innovation and Industrial System (IRIS)

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UD. Sari Jaya is a home industry that produces cassava and other tubers into chips. Cassava chips are the main product because of their high level of consumer interest in the product compared to others. The Problems faced by UD. Sari Jaya is that they are unable to meet the market demand more effectively. In the process of providing the needs, UD. Sari Jaya often performs several deliveries to each Stall caused by the lack of product availability at Stall, causing demand to be unfulfilled. The number of Retailers to be served, the lack of information on needs is one of the obstacles in the process of inventory replenishment. Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) is one of the Collaboration Model in the supply chain between producers and retailers where collaboration is expected to make arrangements regarding the number of lot sizes order as well as the frequency of deliveries to each Stall with a minimum total cost, by thus UD. Sari Jaya can have good control in the process of fulfilling the needs of this Cassava Chips.
Hubungan Antara Pengetahuan Perawat Tentang Rekam Medis dan Dokumentasi Keperawatan Dengan Kelengkapan Pencatatan Dokumentasi Keperawatan di Klinik MTA Surakarta 2019 Sari, Devi Pramita; Siwi, Galih Raka
Jurnal Infokes Vol 9 No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Universitas Duta Bangsa Surakarta

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Klinik Pratama MTA Surakarta has service support that is used to present information in the form of patient nursing records in medical records. The nurse has an obligation to make documentation of the nursing care actions that she does. The preliminary preliminary survey found that there were 6 respondents who were not well informed about medical records, 2 respondents were not well informed about nursing documentation, and 5 documents were incomplete. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between nurses' knowledge about medical records and nursing documentation with the complete recording of nursing documentation. This research was conducted using descriptive surveys of quantitative methods with a cross sectional study approach. The object of the research is the completeness of the nursing documentation records in the medical record. The research subjects were taken by total sampling, namely all nurses as many as 36 respondents and 36 documents. The research instrument used a questionnaire and observation guidelines. Quantitative data analysis using the chi-square relationship test. The results of this study from 36 respondents based on the Chi-Square test were significant between nurses' knowledge variables about medical records with completeness of nursing documentation by 0.003 (p <0.05) then Ho was rejected and there was a relationship and from 36 respondents based on Chi-test results Square significance of the variable knowledge of nurses about nursing documentation with complete nursing documentation is 0.015 (p <0.05), so Ho is rejected and also stated there is a relationship. Conclusion there is a relationship between nurses' knowledge of medical records and nursing documentation with complete recording of nursing documentation At the 2019 Surakarta MTA Clinic. Suggestions should provide education, training and seminars related to medical records and nursing documentation records and look for the completeness of the factors that influence the completeness of nursing documentation.