TITLE

Hastane Verimliliği Konusunda Hemşirelerin Algıları: Bingöl Devlet Hastanesinde Bir Uygulama

AUTHOR(S)
DOĞAN, E. Muhsin; TATLI, Halim
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;kis2011, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p461
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study investigates nurses' attitudes about hospital efficiency. The research was conducted on 94 nurses who are working in the state hospital of Bingol. Personal information form and efficiency surveys are used for data collection. In the study; hospital nurses in improving productivity on the most influential factors, their team work (96.8%), awards (92.5%), management's attitude (80.8%), advanced technology use (93.5%), high motivation to have (95.8%), with top managers coordination (% 94.6), revolving fund applications (88.3%) and overall management practices (% 72.4) that have been identified. Nurses in hospitals are expressed that the reason of the decreasing the productivity are following reasons; the communication systems not operate effectively (52.1%), ambulance services not effectively offered (57.4%), the call system functioning not properly work (54.4%), and issues not resolved in time (83%). In conclusion, improving technology in hospital productivity, total quality management practices effectively maintain, effective teamwork implementation in hospitals, get more benefit from outside sources, the creation of patient records and reporting system in order to utilize technology have been discussed.
ACCESSION #
83752291

 

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