Healthcare Competencies of Army General Hospital Administrators Toward Quality Performance
The research Proposed a Development Program to Enhance the Effectiveness of Health Competencies of Army General Hospital Administrators in the Performance of their Administrative Functions.
Army General Hospital Administrators may adopt this study toward quality performance. Indicators not covered in this study may focus on future research to determine how other management practices affect instructional leadership and self-efficacy.
The need for greater efficiency and effectiveness in using human resources in health care was re-emphasized to improve management practices with higher qualifications for practical methodologies for healthcare system leaders and assessments of leadership competencies. The World Health Organization (WHO) sponsored an initiative to develop such a methodology for evaluation management performance (based on the application of human resources [HR] indicators Performance) that was also utilized in the discussion in this research work.
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