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A comparative  Study on Quality of Nursing Profession  among the  Government and private hospitals   with special reference to   Dindigul District of Tamil Nadu 

M.Subhapriya 

Journal Title:Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science
Abstract


The Human recourses management system and reward and compensation package of Government hospitals are mostly in positive manner to enhance the better quality services provided by nursing professions. But the lack of filling of vacancies of nursing staff members from time to time due to transfers and retirement of nurses, lack of re-fixation of the cadre strength on the base of extend of services needed from nurses to meet the increased numbers of patients in government hospital are the major problems or barriers in rendering the quality services to the patients. Another barrier is from the side of availability of medicines and tablets in time to the quality of nursing services. The supportive hospital climate, public relationship and infrastructures facilities are also affect the quality services of both government and private hospital nurses. The appointment of nurses without sufficient qualification and knowledge are the major issues in the consideration of quality of nursing professions in small level private hospital. The poor wage, prolong working hours are also adversely affect the quality of nursing professions. The numbers of government hospitals should be increased as per the present requirement in major cities of this district. The Government authorities should revise the nursing cadre strength from time to time. The supply of medicines should be done as per as requirement. The knowledge of medical insurance among the rural peoples who are living under poverty line should be created in order to avoid the dropouts of patients without curing their sick  

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