Influence of Leadership, Remuneration and Organizational Culture on Health Madani Trough Performance of Public Hospital as Mediator
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Leadership, remuneration, organizational culture, health Madani, performance

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Faizah, A., Nurhatisyah, Sri Yanti, Nola Puspita Dewi, & Chablullah Wibisono. (2020). Influence of Leadership, Remuneration and Organizational Culture on Health Madani Trough Performance of Public Hospital as Mediator. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 5(2), 185-191. https://doi.org/10.31580/apss.v5i2.1127

Abstract

Health of Madani or Civil Society is "Healthy, Self-reliant and Equitable People”. The hospital as the spearhead of the leading health care services, whereas there are two kind of hospital in Batam, Public and Private Hospital. Orientation performance of hospitals is certainly influenced by the spirit and variable determiner of the hospital's performance, so this study aims to: "analyse of Leadership, Remuneration and Organizational Culture on Health Madani through Performance of Public Hospital”. The study population was all over the State Civil Administration, with a random sampling technique as the sample population, totally 220 respondents. The data were analyzed using SEM. The software used for the structural analysis is AMOS, and for a descriptive study using SPSS version 24.0. The research proves that: Leadership, Remuneration and Organizational Culture on Health Madani through Performance of Public Hospital as Mediator has significant effect. Pursuant to the result of this study is suggested that management of hospital in order to have a spirit of service as health care does not only embed oriented profit, the government also suggested to provide subsidized financing to hospital, so that health Madani which is "Healthy, Self-reliant and Equitable People” can be reached.

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