Effective Management of Human Resource in Hospitals: A Comparative Study of Pakistani and Chinese Healthcare Sector

Dr Farah Lalani, Dr Ashique Ali Jhatial, Dr Javed Ahmed Chandio


This study seeks to understand the infrastructure and role of human resource in hospital management in Pakistani and Chinese Hospitals. Drawing upon secondary data gathered from different secondary sources, study identified that hospitals either private or public absolutely rely on competent human resource to provide patients with best healthcare facilities. Nevertheless, the private hospitals in both countries e.g. Pakistan and China seem independent in generating profits and deciding about reinvestment. Also, the key decisions on recruitment, selection, training, retention, promotions, annual increments and bonuses are prerogative of hospital administration. Consequently, private hospitals employ and retain best human resource available in the market.

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