Factors Affecting the Performance of Specialist Doctors in Putri Hijau Hospital, Medan

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Fransisca Mularia Butar
Arifah Devi Fitriani
Razia Begum Suroyo

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The purpose of this study was to determine and analyze the influence of individual, psychological, leadership and organizational culture factors on the performance of specialist doctors at TK II Putri Hijau Hospital in Medan. This type of research is a survey with a quantitative approach and a cross sectional study design. The population is all 49 specialist doctors who work in Putri Hijau hospital. Collecting data through questionnaires with independent variables of individual factors (age, gender, and length of work), psychological (job satisfaction), leadership and organization at Putri Hijau hospital filled by specialist doctors and the dependent variable performance of specialist doctors assessed by the head of the hospital through the medical committee. Data were analyzed using univariate, bivariate, and multivariate statistical tests using multiple logistic regression at significance level = 0.05. The results showed that the variable job satisfaction (p = 0.006) and organization (p = 0.04) had a significant effect on the performance of doctors, while the leadership variable (p = 0.398) and the sub-variables of age (p = 0.283), and length of work (p = 0.942) has no significant effect on the performance of doctors. The conclusion of this study is that the management needs to increase the commitment of doctors and provide an understanding of the organization's vision and mission so as to achieve good service quality in accordance with hospital conditions.

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Butar, F. M. ., Fitriani, A. D. ., & Suroyo, R. B. . (2022). Factors Affecting the Performance of Specialist Doctors in Putri Hijau Hospital, Medan . Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, 3(2), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.47616/jamrmhss.v3i2.251
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