A SCALE DEVELOPMENT STUDY ON INTERDEPENDENCE PERCEPTION IN HEALTHCARE SERVICES

Abstract

Author(s): Do?ancan AVMAK

Health services require integration and coexistence of human resources as a result of the its’ structure. Human resources which work as a strong team and adapted to business processes are crucial in order to optimize costs and processes. The concept of interdependence refers both the ability of the individuals to recognize theirs own competence and execute it in a team spirit. So, a perspective on interdependence in health services is a necessary phenomenon. This study aims to develop a measurement tool to measure the level of intedependence perception in healthcare institutions. The study was conducted with 121 questionnaries completed by the sample which consist of the patient services departments of A class private hospitals in ?stanbul. Content validity, construct validity, test-retest and Cronbach reliability analyses was conducted. SPSS 22.0 and Lisrel 8.8. programs were used for analyses. The correlation coefficient between the means of test-retest was 0.90. The Cronbach reliability coeffiecient of the scale was 0,728. According to fit indices results, it was seen that the model does fit data adequately.

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