ISSN: 1998 - 4162

JISR MSSE Journal Contents

Volume 14, Number 2, July 2016

Impact of Quality Human Resource in Health Care Providing Organizations
Muhammad Asif Khan - University of Karachi, , Pakistan

The management of human resources in health-care institution is essential to enable the delivery of efficient and effective medical services and to achieve patient satisfaction. This study aims to investigate how the impact of new technological innovation in health / medical sciences and patient care put an effect on the performance of the health-care providing institutions and to analyze how these innovations are putting an impact on performance of the health-care related human resource (employees) and that up to what extent despite of these rapid technological changes, the practicing human resources management is enable to increase the human resource performance, quality of health-care service and help them out to achieve patients' satisfaction. The exploratory methodology was applied to demonstrate and analyze the previous literatures. The study shows that effective human resources management has a strong impact on health-care quality and improving the performance of hospital's staff. The study suggests before starting performance development process as well as continuous development and training of staff performance, there is a need to measure the performance of the managers of human resources department in the health-care organizations. The purpose of this research study is to gain a deeper understanding of the impact of human resources (employees) on health sector reform, the importance of HRM in all aspects of health-care organizations, the positive impact of increased job autonomy on employee outcomes, and the dynamics of employee engagement in health-care. The literature on the link between HR system perceptions and civility towards patients, specific roles for HRM in building shared values that can serve both the care needs of patients and the business needs of health organizations, the complex linkages between employees' perceptions of human resources systems and hospital performance, and the mechanisms through which HRM can enhance patient satisfaction in health care organizations is relevant to this discussion.


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