Perception of Departmental Heads and Chief Executives towards Hospital HR Management Issues: A Comparison of Public and Private Hospitals in India

Gaurav Singh, Ajay Singh, Shashi Singh

Abstract


This paper analyses the perception of public and private hospital departmental heads and chief executives towards hospital management issues and compare their perceptions. A survey was conducted on private and public staff members. A total of 200 members formed the sample of which 100 belonged to public hospitals and 100 to private hospitals. The data were analysed with the help of t test analysis and the explanation of the responses of the respondents. The study reveals that there is no significant difference in the perceptions of heads towards the hospital management issues. It is also revealed that though there is no significant difference, yet private hospitals scores over public hospitals.

Keywords: Public hospital, Private hospital, Departmental heads, Hospital Management


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v2i3.2217

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