Caracterización del ausentismo laboral de una IPS que presta servicios de consulta externa de medicina general, 2014
Pineda Garcia, Ana Maria
SUMMARY Absenteeism generates major economic impact on business and society in general. It is a difficult problem to manage since it is multifactorial, because although the vast majority is generated by general sickness, when analyzed can be found other factors that lead to the absence of the worker and thereby cause disruption to normal operation company, so it is essential to study this issue. Objective Characterize the main causes of absenteeism at a general practitioners serving IPS outpatient general medicine nationwide during 2014. Materials and Methods: a cross-sectional study on secondary data relating to registration of disabilities who introduced the IPS in 2014. Inclusion criteria were general practitioners with whom told the IPS that provides health services nationwide during 2014 and the exclusion criteria were the maternity and paternity licensing. The final sample size was 202 and the number of medical disabilities that occurred during 2014 was 313. Analysis of frequency distribution, percentage and prevalence of disabilities was conducted. Results: During the year 2014 313 disabilities were presented in a population of 202 general practitioners with prevalence in women. The most frequent diagnosis of disability was diagnosed category "others" which is migraine, dizziness, abnormal breast with disabilities 59, followed by gastrointestinal diseases with 25 disabilities. Conclusions and recommendations: Disabilities were more common in women than in men. The most frequent diagnosis of disability was "Generic illness or absence of diagnosis." The most frequent inability of a day that 46 records were submitted. The doctor who presented greater number of disabilities was 18 in 2014. It is recommended that the company keep track of repetitive disabilities, as these could be related to occupational disease that has not yet been rated. We recommend expanding the database with information such as a history of chronic disease and sedentary lifestyle, which may allow further studies regarding cardiovascular risk in this population.