Performance Measurement of Hospitals in Nepal: An Application of the Management Approach

Better management practice scores are strongly associated with the performance indicators of hospitals in Nepal

Abstract

Management score is slightly higher for private hospitals (2.08) than public hospitals (1.94); however, this difference is not statistically significant, meaning that a different sample may show equal management scores between private and public hospitals. Better management practice scores are strongly associated with the performance indicators of the hospitals in Nepal. The result demonstrated that management score is not only associated with total services but also associated with the quality of service delivery.

This research was funded under the Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL) Programme

Citation

Adhikari, S. R., (2016) Performance Measurement of Hospitals in Nepal: An Application of the Management Approach, PEDL.

Performance Measurement of Hospitals in Nepal: An Application of the Management Approach

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