Paper Details
Title Designing a Pattern for Allocation of Family Health Care Providers to Comprehensive Health Services Centers Based on WISN
AuthorsFARZANEH DOOSTY and VAHID RASI
Abstract

Because a large share of the expenses of organizations is spent on human resources, and in Iran, the allocation of health care providers in the hygiene sector continues to be done in a traditional population-based method, the purpose of this study is to design a pattern of allocation of health care providers to comprehensive health services centers based on the actual workload. The study was conducted in five phases, including literature review, identification of the service delivery process, work, and time measurement, designing initial pattern, and validation of the final pattern. The findings from the literature review, holding focus group meetings, and interviewing health care professionals led to the identification of factors that, in addition to the workload, should be considered at the time of deciding on the allocation of staff. These factors were placed in the initial pattern of allocation of health care providers to comprehensive health centers, and after validation by the Delphi method, the final pattern was presented.
Keywords: Healthcare, Hygiene, Pattern, Staff, Workload.

Pages 59-77
Volume 12
Issue 4
Part 1
File Name Download (85)
DOI/AUN

10.30543/12-4(2023)-5


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