Volume 13, Issue 41 (10-2010)                   jha 2010, 13(41): 63-72 | Back to browse issues page

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Seyed jvadin R, Alavi A, Ansari S. Organizational Health Index in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences (IUMS) 2009. jha. 2010; 13 (41) :63-72
URL: http://jha.iums.ac.ir/article-1-688-en.html
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Introduction: Concept of organizational health allows us to have an extensive image of organizational health. Managers' awareness of organizational health level can play an effective role in staff and official's success and succulence. This research was aimed to examine and determine established organizational health index in Isfahan University of Medical Sciences (IUMS).

 Methods: This is a descriptive study. Its statistical population are 872 persons from 7 headquarters assistance of IUMS in 2009. Simple random sampling is used, and 150 subjects are selected. Researcher's questionnaire was used for confirmation or rejection of hypothesis. Scoring was assigned by Lichert approach its validity determined by college masters and experts, and its reliability by using of Cronbach's alpha coefficient (0. 89) . Data analyzed by SPSS software both descriptively and inferentially.

Results: Established input index and process index of organizational health in IUMS was significantly lower, and the established output index was significantly more than average.

Conclusion: According to systematic model it was observed that there are not necessary grounds for organizational health index establishing in IUMS. A warning of organizational health status makes shortcomings managerial weak, necessary reflective abilities become clear, and causes organizational affairs to be performed scientifically and expertly, and unwise matters are avoided. Applying competent individuals, attracting and employing them, relation communication and using information, supporting inventions and productivity, establishing training courses, popularizing organizational culture and individual participation could be effective for organizational health promotion.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2010/10/18

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