Literature survery in Administration department
|Author and Year||Details of work done||Types of chart||Variables||Types of study||Country|
|Gabbay and Bukchin ||Monitored whether the numbers of staff nurses meets the daily workload requirements. The results showed that 42% of the total days fell within the acceptable control limits and on the other hand, 71% fell within tolerable control limits. The authors found that only 33% of the wards showed acceptable nurse workload.||Run Chart||Nurse attendance and ward workload||Retrospective study||Israel|
|Canel et al. ||Analysed and reduced the time for making medical record. The hospital improved the efficiency and effectiveness of assemble record process as there was significant reduction in the medical records assembly time. The authors implemented a new procedure, as a result of which medical record stayed time reduced from 9 to 7.6 days.||c chart||Total Completion time for assembly record||Longitudinal Study||US|
|Chien et al. ||Examined the quality performance of hospital using intraclass correlation coefficient. In order to annually assess a country's year based convergent power to constrain medical services across hospitals, the authors developed the intraclass correlation coefficient. The authors found that all hospitals groups presented a slowly well control supply of services that decrease from 0.772 to 0.415. Finally, authors preferred intraclass correlation coefficient to annually assess a country's year based convergent power.||Regression chart, XMR chart||Intraclass correlation coefficient||Retrospective study||Taiwan|
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