Motivation factors affecting the job attitude of medical doctors and the organizational performance of public hospitals in Warsaw, Poland [post]

Malgorzata Chmielewska, Jakub Stokwiszewski, Justyna Filip, Tomasz Hermanowski
2020 unpublished
Background This paper explores the relationship between selected motivation factors that affect the attitude to work among medical doctors at public hospitals and the organizational performance of hospitals and selected motivation factors that affect the attitude to work among medical doctors at public hospitals. Methods This study was based on World Health Organization questionnaires designed to estimate motivation factors according to Herzberg's motivation theory and to measure the levels of
more » ... sure the levels of organizational performance of hospitals using the McKinsey model in the social aspect. A survey was conducted among physicians (n=249) with either surgical or nonsurgical specialty in 22 departments/units of general public hospitals in Warsaw, Poland. The relationship between the examined factors of job motivation and organizational effectiveness was determined using Spearman's rank correlation. Furthermore, 95% confidence intervals were computed. The independent samples t-test was used to confirm any statistically significant differences between the independent groups. Normality was tested by the Kolmogorov–Smirnov test. Results The survey revealed that motivation factors related to "quality and style of supervision" have the greatest effect on the hospital's organizational performance (Spearman's rank correlation coefficient = 0.490; p<0.001), whereas "performance feedback" was rated as the lowest to affect organizational performance among the surveyed healthcare professionals (54% of physicians). Conclusion The principles of Individual Performance Review should be incorporated into strategies designed to improve the organizational performance of hospitals (with NHS serving as a possible role model) in order to establish specific rules on how to share performance feedback with among individual physicians. The present study contributes to literature on human resource management in the healthcare sector, highlighting the importance of social nonfinancial aspects in improving organizational performance in a hospital setting.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-24282/v2 fatcat:k23xugyaxvbm7dmywexkncuzwm