Comparison of the distribution of human resources in university and private hospitals of Qazvin

Kiaei, Mohammadzakaria and Mouseli , Lotfollah and Mohebbifar, Rafat and Shishechi , Ramtin and Ghasemi, zahra (2013) Comparison of the distribution of human resources in university and private hospitals of Qazvin. The Journal of Medical Education & Development, 6 (2). pp. 45-52. ISSN 2008-9260

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Background: In health care system, human resource has a key role in comparison to other factors. The quantity and quality of workforce is affecting the rapidity, cost, accuracy, and quality of health care services. Objective: This study was aimed to determine the distribution of workforce in various sectors of Qazvin hospitals in comparison to standards. Methods: This is an applied cross sectional study, which was performed in 2009. Research community was all of Qazvin hospitals and their staffs. The sample research was the exact research community and all of the hospitals were selected. Information about the project objectives have been analyzed using SPSS software and descriptive statistical tests. Findings: The results show that among 2,852 employees in hospitals, 53.3% were working hospital (A), about 8% in hospital (C), 17% in hospital (B), about 12% in hospital (P), and 10% in hospital (T). The results indicated that the hospital (P) had the highest rates of female workforce among other hospitals, with 269 workers (80%). Hospital (B) had the highest rate of male workers among other hospital, with 249 (52%) male workforce. Hospital (A), with 128 employees under diploma and hospital (C), with 53 have the highest and lowest manpower under high school diploma, respectively. With regard to the medical staff, hospital (C) had the highest number of staff, and hospital (A) had the lowest. Compared to the Ministry of Health and Medical Sciences’ standards, Qazvin teaching hospitals are faced with worker shortages in most fields. Only, hospital (C) has surplus of manpower. Conclusion: A proper distribution of human resources can increase productivity of the work and enhance quality of hospital care, which it is primary mission of health care system. Administrative of the health care system can attain, provide, maintain and distribute appropriate staff allotment requirements within the health sector using strategic human resource management approach, especially in hospitals. Keywords: Human resources, Hospital, Standard

Item Type: Article
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: edc journal
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2014 12:41
Last Modified: 31 Dec 2014 12:41
URI: http://eprints.qums.ac.ir/id/eprint/76

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