AN OVERVIEW OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF IMCI IN PRIMARY HEALTH COMMUNITY OF BANTUL AND YOGYAKARTA CITY
The mortality rate for infants and toddlers aged 12-59 months in the city of Yogyakarta has shown a fluctuating trend between the years 2008 - 2014, to reduce infant and toddler mortality rates the Yogyakarta city government has made some efforts one of which is the implementation of integrated management of children illness (IMCI). Thus, that it can be said that one of the successful actions of the government in reducing mortality and morbidity of infants and toddlers is determined by optimizing the role of IMCI in Primary Health Community (PHC) as the vanguard in public health services. The results of the preliminary study found that all PHC in the cities of Bantul and Yogyakarta had implemented IMCI, although there were no data related to how the inputs, processes and outputs in the implementation of the IMCI. The purpose of this study was to determine the implementation of IMCI related to its inputs, processes and outputs at PHC in Bantul and Yogyakarta City. This research method uses descriptive research. Most puskesmas have not had special funds for the implementation of IMCI and more than 60% of toddlers who come to the health center have been served using IMCI.