A systematic literature review of performance measurement systems in health sector of Pakistan

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Asdullah, M.A., Yazdifar, H., Khatoon, O and UL Haq Subhani, I. 2023. A systematic literature review of performance measurement systems in health sector of Pakistan. International Journal of Management Research and Emerging Sciences. 13 (2), pp. 77-94. https://doi.org/10.56536/ijmres.v13i2.440
AuthorsAsdullah, M.A., Yazdifar, H., Khatoon, O and UL Haq Subhani, I.
Abstract

Building The research study is primarily focused on identifying the parameters of Performance Measurement System within the healthcare sectors of Pakistan. The main purpose is to identify the efficacy of different Performance Measurement Systems within Pakistan, and its impacts on performance of physicians. Considering the current performance and situation in healthcare sector of Pakistan, it has been analyzed that the country has come a long way towards progress, however there is still a major lacking of proper standards and guidelines which must be followed in all the healthcare institutions. The problem statement emphasizes over the need of PMS in the healthcare institutions, with the help of which the improvements and efficacy in performance of the healthcare professionals can be determined. The research objective designed for this study is identify the impact of Performance Measurement Systems on the improvisations in current practices, on patient satisfaction and recovery, changes in patterns of mortality rates and budgetary control within the country for healthcare sectors. In order to conduct this research study, the type of research method which has been mainly opted is qualitative analysis involving the write up of a Systematic Literature Review. This review has been designed on the basis of PRISMA method, and proper skimming of research articles have been performed accordingly. 22 articles have been taken for further investigation, published after the year of 2010. The indicators which have been focused on in this study include Patient Satisfaction, Mortality, Survival rates and Cost Allocation to healthcare sectors of the country. Based on the findings of number of research articles, it has been identified that Patient Satisfaction and Cost Allocation have not been improved via Performance Management System. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the mortality and survival rates in the public and private sectors of the country were controlled due to constant supervision by governmental agencies and the use of an effective and efficient Performance Measurement method for staff members in the healthcare industry.

KeywordsPerformance Measurement System; Systematic Literature Review; PRISMA method; health care; Patient Satisfaction
Year2023
JournalInternational Journal of Management Research and Emerging Sciences
Journal citation13 (2), pp. 77-94
PublisherSuperior University Lahore
ISSN 2313-7738
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.56536/ijmres.v13i2.440
Web address (URL)https://ijmres.pk/index.php/IJMRES/article/view/440
Output statusPublished
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Online07 Jun 2023
Publication process dates
Accepted10 Apr 2023
Deposited26 Apr 2023
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