Administrative Factors and Administrative Processes Affecting the District Health Board Implementation, Ubon Ratchathani Province
Keywords:Factor affecting, Implementation, District Health Board
The objective of cross-sectional analytical research was to investigate organizational factors and administrative processes affecting the implementation of the District Health Board (DHB), Ubon Ratchathani Province. The whole population was research samples 525 people from 25 districts. The tool used was a questionnaire developed by the researcher. The statistics used in the data analysis were frequency, percentage, and multiple linear regression analysis. The results found that organizational factors, administrative process, and performance of the roles of the DHB overall had a high-level score, 41.9%, 68.0%, and 76.6%, respectively. Administrative processes such as organizing, organizational leading, planning, supervising, and material management factors affect the performance of the DHB, which can predict the performance according to the role of the DHB by 74%. Therefore, administrative processes should be developed in organizing, leading, planning, supervising, and material management to positively affect the DHB’s performance.
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