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Wu, P.Y. (2013) The Relationship among Training of Nursing Staff, Organizational Learning and Quality of Nursing Care for Psychiatric Hospital Nurse. Unpublished Master’s Thesis, AISA University Department of Business Administration, Taichung City. (Original work published in Chinese)

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  • TITLE: The Impact of Hospital Accreditation System: Perspective of Organizational Learning

    AUTHORS: Yu H. Yan, Chih M. Kung

    KEYWORDS: Hospital Accreditation, Organizational Learning, Medical Care

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.7 No.9, September 8, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Objectives: Organizational learning is used to being a very important topic about hospital management and even is identified as the source of a hospital’s competitive strength. The study tries to explore the correlation between organizational learning and hospital accreditation awareness from the medical institution operation management’s point of view. Methods: We designed the questionnaire based on the cross-section survey, which included a total of 498 hospitals through-out Taiwan as the subjects (1922 copies of questionnaire were distributed, 4 copies per hospital). As a result, 306 returned the questionnaire (995 copies of valid questionnaire), a valid response rate was 49.94%. Then, we conducted the multiple regression analysis. Results: The factors critical to the operations management accreditation awareness include age, hospital ownership, hospital lever and team learning (p