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Main arrow Archive of previous Issues arrow ╣1 2014 (35) arrow Rational for conceptual approaches of a hybrid motivation model for human resourses management in medical facilitites
Rational for conceptual approaches of a hybrid motivation model for human resourses management in medical facilitites Print
Monday, 17 March 2014

A.A. Khrupalov
City clinical hospital #4, Moscowá

Abstract. Background. Along with improving working environment organizational innovations impose new requirements to the level of knowledge and human psychophysiologic capacities resulting in increased deficit of skilled personnel and personnel that meet psychophysiologic requirements in any industry including healthcare. Command and control management approach that lacks flexible management fails to effectively quash or mitigate social unrest caused by demand for improved quality of life especially quality of working life. This is embodied in decent working conditions and ability of each staff member to participate in management of their health care facility.

The aim of the study was to develop conceptual approaches to human resources management in a modern health care facility using a hybrid motivation model.

Objectives of the study: a) to analyze administrative methods of human resources management with due regards with needs of a certain physician; to develop a concept of long-term future-oriented human resources policy that covers all aspects that could be implemented using staff planning based on a hybrid motivation model of human resources management; c) to substantiate the method of human resources management that harmonizes and balances interests of both employers and employees.

Method used for analysis of the motivation system: questionnaire, sociological survey.

Results. The suggested motivation model will provide the leadership with the ability to compare the existing motivation system in their facility with systems in other facilities, to compare and introduce incentives for personnel retention in their health care facility.

Practical implications: the hybrid motivation model of human resources management will contribute to increased social and creative activity of a certain employee (manager or blue-collar employee) which affects end performance of enterprises of different legal status of both production and non-production spheres.

Keywords: career; management; human resources; model; modern planning.


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