Interorganizational Collaboration for Improving Health Education Quality


  • Emirensiana Anu Nono STIKes Santa Elisabeth, Semarang, Indonesia

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Information and communication technology, interorganizational collaboration, and health education are some related terms


The quality of health services and their long-term effects on society can be greatly improved by inter-organizational collaboration in health education. Collaboration is successful with a shared vision, strong leadership, resource access, good communication, and mutual trust between partners. Collaboration promotes creativity, environmental adaptation, and the application of cutting-edge technology in health education. Challenges, including cultural differences, conflicts of interest, and changes in the external environment, can be overcome through suitable tactics, such as conflict management and transparent financial agreements. The outcomes of the collaboration have a significant bearing on the formulation of future medical and health policy, which may impact the standard of care. Therefore, to have a lasting impact on enhancing health services and education, inter-organizational collaboration needs to be long-term committed to, carefully evaluated, and learning from experience.