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Cases of mobbing activities as commonly seen in the healthcare sector in the world and in Turkey.
We should adopt a democratic, contributing, and guiding administration style, we should apply organizational justice, excessive work inspections must be reduced, work ethics and social responsibility awareness must be developed, we should clearly determine the duties and responsibilities, physical c...
RFIDs can improve the patient care supply chain.
Technologies that increase efficiency, enhance quality, and improve patient safety are essential for all healthcare organizations. Radio frequency identification devices (RFIDs) seem to be right for this challenge. RFIDs can be integrated into all areas of the internal patient supply chain, serving...
Brief relaxation training program for hospital employees.
We aimed to assess if relaxation training leads to decreased stress levels based on questionnaire and thermal biofeedback. Thirty-minute relaxation training sessions were conducted for hospital employees and for cancer patients. Perceived Stress levels and skin temperature were analyzed before and a...
Health insurance sources for nonelderly patient visits to physician offices, hospital outpatient departments, and emergency departments in t...
The authors used data from nationally representative surveys to estimate health insurance sources for non-elderly patient visits to U.S. physicians. Results show that hospital emergency departments attract a greater share of ambulatory care visits by uninsured patients than by patients with either M...
Recruitment and retention of rural hospital administrators: a multifaceted approach.
A major challenge confronting healthcare delivery in the United States is the shortage of clinical professionals in rural areas. Although most of the research surrounding this problem has focused on physicians and nurses, other healthcare professionals have received much less attention. Although not...
Beyond triage: avian flu and the impending services demand crisis.
Dealing with pediatric patients--a commentary.
Strategic human resource management issues in hospitals: a study of a university and a community hospital.
The human factor is central to healthcare, yet its proper management has remained beyond the reach of healthcare organizations. This qualitative study examines strategic human resource management (HRM) issues in a university and a community hospital. The findings indicate that the two hospitals lack...
Overall outpatient satisfaction and its components: perceived changes at the Huntington VA Medical Center over five years.
The number of veterans obtaining healthcare services at Huntington Veteran's Administration Medical Center (HVAMC) had significantly increased over the five-year span from fiscal year 2000 through fiscal year 2004. The authors' purpose in this study was to determine changes in outpatient satisfactio...