Volume 31, Issue 6 (September 2020)                   Studies in Medical Sciences 2020, 31(6): 433-444 | Back to browse issues page

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Department of Management, Human Resources, Central Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran (Corresponding Author)
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Background & Aims:  The importance of studying Instruments is so great that some experts in the field of calligraphy; Calligraphy is considered the same as calligraphy Instruments. The field of health, especially University hospitals, is no exception to this, and given its role in promoting people's health, it is doubly important. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to identify the effective Instruments in developing the outline of Iran's University hospitals.
Materials & Methods:  This research was of applied and developmental type and its general strategy was of the type of mixed methods study. In this study, first qualitative data and then quantitative data were collected and analyzed. In the qualitative section, semi-structured interviews were used to collect data. For data analysis in this section using MAXQDA18 software and thematic analysis method was used. In small quantities; data were collected using a researcher-made questionnaire. The sample size in this section was 148 people. In this section, confirmatory factor analysis was used to validate the model using Smart PLS3 software and the results of reliability, validity, factor structure fit, model quality and alignment were reported.
Results: in this study; the instruments of outsourcing policy formation included 53 codes which were divided into 8 conceptual categories including: organizational Instruments, cultural Instruments, human capital Instruments, structure, geographical locations, management Instruments, legal Instruments and financial instruments. Based on the findings of this study, the good fit value obtained had a favorable coefficient that indicated the overall desirability of the model.
Conclusion: Each type of policy will succeed when it has the right and optimal combination of available Instruments. Many high goals fail because they do not use the right tools in their policies. Therefore, considering the existence of different dimensions of effective instruments in outsourcing of Iranian university hospitals, paying attention to all dimensions can make the outsourcing policy successful and lead the organization to the desired and expected goals. Finally, if the Instruments are properly predicted and selected, the policies will be implemented, otherwise they will be ineffective.
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