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Javani A, Jamali A, Ghorchian N G. Factors Affecting the Good Governance in Teaching Hospitals: A Narrative Review. Med J Islam Repub Iran 2023; 37 (1) :737-742
URL: http://mjiri.iums.ac.ir/article-1-7432-en.html
Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Economics and Management, Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Branch, Tehran, Iran , axtar.jamali@gmail.com
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Background: One of the indicators of development in different countries is the efficiency of the health care system. Hospitals and health centers have a very important role in the sustainability of society as w well as its economic growth and development. Meanwhile, one of the important development indicators of hospitals is good governance. This study was aimed to determine the factors affecting good governance in teaching hospitals.
   Methods: This study was a scoping review of Iranian databases, including IranDoc, ISD, Magiran and International databases such as Science Direct, ISI, PubMed and Scopus to meet the good governance factors in teaching hospitals. There were no time limitations to data collection. the keywords governance, good governance, hospital governance, and good governance in hospitals, teaching hospitals, hospital management, hospital leadership, and their synonyms were used in the search strategy. The content analysis method was used to analyze selected studies.
   Results: The findings showed that the characteristics of effective governance in teaching hospitals can be considered as follow: efficiency, managing conflict of interests, facilitated operation, managed and under control activities, integration, and synergy, achieving the desired consequences, creating an atmosphere that is rewarding and for each member.
   Conclusion: Based on the results regarding the good governance model in teaching hospitals, it is recommended that on the basis of the nature of service, the mission and value of teaching hospitals have to be clearly redefined. On the other hand, the methods based on which we treat patients should be seriously redefined and we should pay more attention to the patient's values because the patients feel that we are practicing and testing them.
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Type of Study: Review Article | Subject: Medical Education

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