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Identification of Success Factors for Indian Healthcare

This Paper aims at evaluation of Critical Success Factors (CSF) and its attributes in Indian healthcare. Various problems of health care industry through analysis of factors and its attributes using factor analysis, correlation and other framework parameters has been done. It was found that Human Resource Capability, Infrastructural Resources were the most significant CSFs apart from Operational process, Team management and culture. Surprisingly findings revealed that factors namely Top Management and Leadership were least significant. As there is no clear framework for excellence in healthcare, where stakeholders are an integral part of complete service, developed CSF and its connectivity to attributes may help to resolve the service level issues of Indian Hospital.

Author(s):

Sunil DasYeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Wanadongri, Nagpur- 441110 Maharashtra, India

Keywords:

Indian Healthcare, Success Factors

URL:

https://jmrh.chitkara.edu.in/index.php/jmrh/article/view/14/10

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