Factors Affecting Hospital Service Innovation: Literature Review

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Siti Fatmala Rezeki
Syahrir A. Pasinringi
Lalu Muhammad Saleh


Innovation at the hospital as a change in the delivery of patient-focused health services by encouraging healthcare professionals to work smarter, faster and better. Service innovation can provide an effective way to create a sustainable competitive advantage for hospitals. This study aims to analyze and examine the factors that influence service innovation in hospitals using the literature review method. The results were obtained from a literature search that discusses the major factors that influence service innovation, namely in the form of a good management system within the scope of the hospital. This big influence is that human resources, starting from the leaders and employees who work in the hospital, must work together for the advancement and empowerment of the hospital.


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Rezeki, S. F. ., Pasinringi, S. A. ., & Saleh, L. M. . (2020). Factors Affecting Hospital Service Innovation: Literature Review. Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, 1(2), 57-73. https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrmhss.v1i2.50


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