A STUDY ON HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: EVALUATING THE RETENTION IN HEALTHCARE SECTORS
Author(s):
Karthik Pilli, Dr Singareddy Anand Reddy
Keywords:
Rural, Retention, Human Resource Management, Healthcare Sectors, Hospitals
Abstract
Health professionals are the center of any country's health system and include health care providers and healthcare employees. Over 59 million health workers worldwide, 67 percent of whom are service providers. Adequate and skilled health workers are essential to the universal health coverage set forth in the objectives of sustainable development (SDGs). But there are still not a large number of health professionals required today. There is currently a dearth of precise operational solutions and suggestions for nations to adopt in order to address this issue to their own situation. This is especially significant because the issue is relevant to both developed and developing nations. Any lack of health care personnel is a barrier to universal coverage and may impede adequate access to health services. If such deficiencies come with an uneven distribution of employees, their effect may be much more severe. This research study examines healthcare retention.
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Unique Paper ID: 152555

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3

Page(s): 754 - 760
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