Introduction:
The distribution of health workers was an important study in Indonesia which has a wide geographical range and challenges as an archipelagic country for the fulfillment of fair and equitable health services. Aim: The study was conducted to answer factors related to the distribution of doctors based on provinces in Indonesia.
Methods:
Advanced analysis of secondary data from “Data and Information: Indonesian Health Profile in 2017”. The analysis unit in this study was the province, all 34 provinces in Indonesia were analyzed. The dependent variable was the Number of Doctors. Dependent variables were the number of population, density, percentage of poor people, number of hospitals, and number of Puskesmas.
Results:
Variability in the availability of doctors was very wide. The more the population, the more attractive it was for doctors to practice in the province. The denser the population, the more attractive it was for doctors to practice in the province. The more the poor population, the more attractive it was for doctors to practice in the province. The more hospitals, the more attractive it was for doctors to practice in the province. The more Puskesmas, the more attractive it was for doctors to practice in the province. Conclusions:
All variables analyzed were related to the number of doctors. Variables of population, density, percentage of poor people, number of hospitals, and number of Puskesmas were positively related to the number of doctors.

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Citation:
APA
Laksono, A. D., Ridlo, I. A., & e. (2019, June 18). Distribution Analysis of Doctors in Indonesia. https://doi.org/10.31227/osf.io/df6ns
MLA
Laksono, Agung D., et al. “Distribution Analysis of Doctors in Indonesia.” INA-Rxiv, 18 June 2019. Web.
Chicago
Laksono, Agung D., Ilham A. Ridlo, and ernawaty. 2019. “Distribution Analysis of Doctors in Indonesia.” INA-Rxiv. June 18. doi:10.31227/osf.io/df6ns.