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Revenue Accounting Procedures and System Model at Surabaya Pura Raharja Maternity Hospital Pura Raharja Maternity Hospital (PRMH) a specialty hospital for obstetrics and gynecology began operationally in 1974 with 19 beds for mothers and 11 baby beds. During its services, PRMH has a very simple recording method of revenue and expenses. The issue of this study is to make a financial report compliant to Hospital Accounting Guideline by the Ministry of Healths Decree number 156 year 2003. The purpose of this research is to formulate recommendations for procedures and system model of PRMH outpatient, inpatient and pharmaceutical units with the Ministry of Healths guideline. This is an operational research using observation and direct scrutinizing as instruments, carried out from April 2011 until June 2011. Object research is PRMH Finance Department and unit analysis is PRMH financial, nursing, and pharmaceutical staff. Total unit analysis consists of 8 respondents from the Finance Department, 2 respondents from Nursing Department and 3 respondents from Pharmacy. Research was initiated by first step i.e. identifying and arranging income transaction such as the source of revenue, service types, and income transaction forms. The second step would be to cash registry transaction list and analysis, control system, assumption for future account code, and financial policy. In this research, several groupings are done i.e. cash and credit outpatient income, cash and credit inpatient income, and cash and credit pharmacys income. Operational income or direct revenue and non-operational income or indirect revenue are also being studied. To do identifying and arranging control, is by referring to PRMH organizational structure with the job description of each working unit at the Finance Department i.e. cashier, accounting, and debt. The study result showed that internal control had succeeded in detaching the main task, function and authority of each working unit at PRMH Finance Department. To organize assumption account code or account list, is intended to find out the how-to-do account number recording. Thus, these assumptions of account code serves as the process of grouping transaction types at PRMH Finance Department. The study result showed that writing assumption of account code was based on grouping, as follows: code number 1 was for activa group, code number 2 was for debt group, code number 3 was for capital group, code number 4 was for income group, and code number 5 was for cost. The formulation of PRMH accounting policy has to represent prudent principle as written in Financial Accounting Standard Statement (Pernyataan Standar Akutansi Keuangan=PSAK). Should PSAK have not regulate the admittance, measurement and presentation of a transaction, the researcher had to do formulate the accounting policy ix

by presenting, measuring and admitting: the outpatient transaction for both cash and credit, the inpatient transaction for both cash and credit and the pharmacy transaction for both cash and credit. Recommendations to PRMH management will be: 1) procedures and system model of outpatient unit in cash; 2) procedures and system model of outpatient unit in credit; 3) procedures and system model of inpatient unit in cash; 4) procedures and system model of inpatient unit in credit; 5) procedures and system model of pharmaceutical unit in cash; and 6) procedures and system model of pharmaceutical unit in credit. Having these financial procedures and system model particularly for income, will allow PRMH to validate it as the financial Standard Operating Procedure (SPO).