Development of innovation management performance indicators in nursing units at community hospitals under the ministry of public health.

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Kanyawee Mokekhaow

Abstract

This study to establish and validate indicators of innovation management performance by using quantitative methods, To create innovation management performance indicators consisted of the following: 1) Definition of operational terms from the innovation management literature review; 2) Creation of questions from definition of terms, which obtained 3 components and 24 indicators;  3) Content validity testing by a panel of nine qualified experts with CVI = 0.84 and IOC = 0.56 – 1.00; 4) Determining reliability by a trial with thirty head nurses of nursing units at community hospitals with reliability for the entire piece at 0.905 and 5) Testing construct validity by using factor analysis to extract indicators from implementation with 294 head nurses of nursing units experienced in innovation management in nursing units at community hospitals.


The result of this study given research instruments for measuring innovation management performance of nursing units at community hospitals under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Public Health comprised 3 component of 23 indicators; 1) Input to the innovation process is composed of 10 indicators, 2) Innovation process is composed of 9 indicators, and output is composed of 4 indicators. Innovation management performance component models consistent with evidence-based data ( = .000, /df (CMIN/DF) = 0, GFI= 1.000, RMSEA= 0.053)


The developed indicators can be used to measure nursing unit management performance and guidelines for planning to create nursing innovations at the level of nursing units at community hospitals under the Ministry of Public Health in order to meet the Thailand 4.0 public health policy of the Ministry of Public Health.

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Mokekhaow K. Development of innovation management performance indicators in nursing units at community hospitals under the ministry of public health. J Public Hlth Dev [Internet]. 2017 Sep. 7 [cited 2024 Apr. 24];15(2):55-68. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/AIHD-MU/article/view/74465
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Kanyawee Mokekhaow, Christian University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand

Community and Psychiatric Department