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Competencies Necessary to Hospital Staffs and Managers in the Global Age
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Competencies Necessary to Hospital Staffs and Managers in the Global Age
Kong, Myung-Dal;
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 Abstract
Main purpose of this study is to provide some basic data necessary to research, education, and policy to cultivate professional talents, by investigating what competencies needed to hospital administrative staffs and managers in performing their jobs in the global age. A survey was conducted through self-administered questionnaires for hospital administrative staffs and managers including first-line hands-on workers who were working in 77 hospitals located in Busan, Keongnam, Ulsan areas in South Korea. Major results are as follows: (a) The analysis for the competencies needed to hospital administrative staffs and managers in order to perform successfully their jobs revealed that interpersonal competency, knowledge of management skills in healthcare field, understanding ability for healthcare, in that order of importance, had significant influence on performing their jobs. (b) Regarding the analysis for the detailed competencies necessary to hospital administrative staffs and managers in order to perform successfully their jobs revealed that problem-solving ability, sense of responsibility, positive attitude, leadership, in that order of importance, had significant influence on performing them. This study suggests that universities opened courses related to health care management should newly open a subject `problem-solving ability in health care` to link with health care field and their curriculums are necessary to change over to practice-oriented curriculum system.
 Keywords
hospital;administrative staffs;questionnaires;interpersonal competency;problem-solving ability;
 Language
Korean
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