The Influence of Leadership Style on Inner Paramedic Commitments Implementation of Delia Hospital Accreditation

Proceeding - Sari Mutiara Indonesia International Conference on Health

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Title The Influence of Leadership Style on Inner Paramedic Commitments Implementation of Delia Hospital Accreditation
 
Creator Wahyudi, Harry
Ginting, Daniel
 
Description Delia Langkat Hospital is a private hospital whose owner is PT Delia Oka Arjuna and is a class C hospital. Article 40 paragraph (1) Law number 29 concerning Hospitals is stated that in an effort to improve the quality of hospital services periodic accreditation must be at least three once a year. The Delia Hospital accreditation team was formed but many paramedics refused to become members of the accreditation team. Therefore, a leadership design is needed to support the formation of paramedic commitments in accreditation activities. This study aims to analyze the influence of leadership style on paramedic commitment in the implementation of Delia Hospital accreditation in 2018. The study was designed with a cross sectional approach with a total sample of 79 paramedics. The collected data were analyzed using correlation, simple linear regression and multiple linear regression. The results showed that there were significant relationships between steering leadership style, supportive leadership style, role leadership style, achievement-oriented leadership style, caregiver leadership style with paramedic paramedic commitment in the implementation of accreditation at Delia Langkat Hospital in 2018. The conclusion of the study was leadership style achievement-oriented which has the most influence on paramedic commitment in the implementation of accreditation at Delia Langkat Hospital in 2018. It is recommended that leaders and management of hospitals need to pay attention to other factors that can influence the work spirit of paramedics such as: organization, paramedic activities, friends of the work environment itself (peer), the concept of self, personal needs, nature and work. So as to create a high commitment to paramedics.
 
Publisher Sari Mutiara Indonesia University Press
 
Date 2019-04-02
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://prociding.sari-mutiara.ac.id/index.php/samicoh/article/view/25
 
Source Proceeding - Sari Mutiara Indonesia International Conference on Health; Vol 1 No 1 (2018): Sari Mutiara Indonesia International Conference on Health; 177-184
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://prociding.sari-mutiara.ac.id/index.php/samicoh/article/view/25/24
 
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