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The Role of Hearing Aids use on Reading Ability in Deaf Students Djoko Rianto, Bambang Udji
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 41, No 02 (2009)
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Introduction: Reading is a very complex process, which includes the cognitive process, initialized by visual analysis and letter transformation into vocabulary form, word identification by letter sound mapping, correlating words and interpretation. Deafness causes difficulties in acquiring language information via hearing process thus inhibiting a successful conversation process. Hearing aids can amplify sound information to the auditory organs. Objective: To know the effect of hearing aids on deaf students. Methods: A historical cohort design was done. The reading ability of 35 deaf students with hearing aids who received early education were compared to those without hearing aids. The variables measured included age, age of school enrollment, length of studies, degree of deafness, sex, parental educational level. Results: Regression analysis showed that hearing aids plays a role to significantly increase reading ability statistically (p: 0.006; OR: 10.197; 95% CI: 1.939-53.628) compared to students without hearing aids, besides the length of studies variable (p: 0.002; OR: 38.250: 95% CI: 3.739-391.361). Conclusion: This study concluded that the use of hearing aids significantly play a role to increase reading ability in deaf students who receive early education. Key words: hearing aids - deaf student - reading ability.
The Role of Hearing Aids use on Reading Ability in Deaf Students Djoko Rianto, Bambang Udji
Journal of the Medical Sciences (Berkala Ilmu Kedokteran) Vol 41, No 02 (2009)
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Introduction: Reading is a very complex process, which includes the cognitive process, initialized by visual analysis and letter transformation into vocabulary form, word identification by letter sound mapping, correlating words and interpretation. Deafness causes difficulties in acquiring language information via hearing process thus inhibiting a successful conversation process. Hearing aids can amplify sound information to the auditory organs. Objective: To know the effect of hearing aids on deaf students. Methods: A historical cohort design was done. The reading ability of 35 deaf students with hearing aids who received early education were compared to those without hearing aids. The variables measured included age, age of school enrollment, length of studies, degree of deafness, sex, parental educational level. Results: Regression analysis showed that hearing aids plays a role to significantly increase reading ability statistically (p: 0.006; OR: 10.197; 95% CI: 1.939-53.628) compared to students without hearing aids, besides the length of studies variable (p: 0.002; OR: 38.250: 95% CI: 3.739-391.361). Conclusion: This study concluded that the use of hearing aids significantly play a role to increase reading ability in deaf students who receive early education. Key words: hearing aids - deaf student - reading ability.
SYSTEM FOR DETECTION OF NATIONAL HEALTHCARE INSURANCE FRAUD BASED ON COMPUTER APPLICATION Santoso, Budi; Hendrartini, Julita; Djoko Rianto, Bambang Udji; Trisnantoro, Laksono
Public Health of Indonesia Vol 4, No 2 (2018): April - June 2018
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Background: The national healthcare insurance (JKN) has been in deficit since 2014-2016; one of the causes is fraud inpatient hospital service. Objective: This study aimed to analyze the validity, reliability and effectiveness of detection system of national healthcare insurance fraud based on computer application in hospital.Methods: Cross-sectional method was used. Fraud data were collected at one episode in the inpatient JKN participant service.Results: Validity was assessed by Fischer exact test. The interpretation was done by hospital internal verification officer and BPJS Kesehatan verification officer. There were only 2 out of 1.106 services claims were different, resulted in p-value < 0.01. Reliability was assessed using Human Organization Technology Benefit questionnaire filled by admission administrator officer, BPJS Kesehatan officer and hospital internal verification officer; and then analyzed using Stata® software resulting in Cronbach’s alpha value of > 0.8. Effectiveness was assessed by reducing potential fraud, conducted by RSUP dr. Soeradji Tirtonegoro from May until July 2017, which on May 2018 there were 8 findings, June 1 finding, and on July 2018 had no finding.Conclusion: System for detection of national healthcare insurance fraud based on computer application is valid, reliable and effective to be implemented in inpatient service in hospital.