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Journal of Korean Society Quality Assurance Health Care 1998;5(2): 296.
Published online December 30, 1998.
한 대학병원의 진료과별 업무성과 평가 도구 개발 과정
김창엽1, 김선민2
1서울대학교 의과대학 의료관리학교실
Development of Performance Evaluation Protocols for Physicians in a University Hospital
Chang-Yup Kim1, Sunmean Kim2
1Department of Health Policy and Management, Seoul National University College Medicine
2Korea Health Industry Development Institute
Performance evaluation of medical care providers has become more important than before in Korea. Especially in university hospitals, job contents of medical staffs are so complicated that evaluation is not easily performed. In addition, in order that the feedback of evaluation be successful, acceptance of staffs to be evaluated is essential. This study is aimed at the development of items for evaluation and weighting of each item in one university hospital, and clustering departments by different weight given by medical staffs.
Through resource group meeting. performance items were listed up by categories of education, research, medical services, and other activities in and out of the hospital. For each item, all the medical staffs were asked how important they thought, compared with publishing one original article. By factor analysis, the items in each category were grouped into a few subgroups. In turn, cluster analysis was done for the purpose of grouping departments by priority the medical staffs gave. Results and
Among five major categories, medical staffs regard education, research, and medical services more important than other activities in and out of the hospital. Five categories consisted of two or three components. Departments in hospital were grouped into three. However, characteristics of each group was not clearly delineated. This result suggests that more comprehensive tool should be developed and applied in the process of performance evaluation in university hospitals.
Key words performance evaluation;university hospital;


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