Remuneration System Formula at An Islamic Private Hospital


Nur Hidayah1), Arlina Dewi1), Ekorini Listiowati2)

 

1)Master of Hospital Management, Universitas Muhammadiyah, Yogyakarta

2)Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universitas Muhammdiyah, Yogyakarta

 

ABSTRACT

Background: Remuneration systems have implemented in state hospitals. Around 51% of private hospitals have not been ready to implement remuneration. Studies have shown that fairness of remuneration system may have considerable impact on health personnel motivation. This study aimed to examine the remuneration system formula at an Islamic private hospital in Indonesia.

Subjects and Method: This was cross-sectional study conducted at Islamic Hospitals in Indonesia. A total 18 hospitals located in 4 provinces, namely East Java, Central Java Yogyakarta, and South Kalimantan were selected for this study. Data obtained by online questioners. Respondents who filled the questioner and returned to the researchers were 118. Quantitative data were analyzed using the descriptive statistic, and qualitative data were interpreted by the coding method.

Results: The formula of remuneration (R) for Islamic private hospital was Human Resource allocation payment (HRP) minus Fee-for-Service (FFS) for specialist physicians, especially part-timers. R= HRP – FFS; R= p1 +p2 +p3. P1= salary based on job index, education and training, length of employment. P2= individual performance index (IPI) + unit performance Index (UPI) + Islamic performance index (ISP). P3= special achievement+ allowance. This model of remuneration was called partial remuneration. Budget allocation based on the financial condition of every hospital and the policy of management.

Conclusion: Remuneration for Islamic private hospitals mixed between fee-for-service, salary, pay for performance, special achievement, and allowance. The technic to formulate remuneration for Islamic private hospitals based on the condition, and policy of the hospitals.

Keywords: formulation, remuneration, Islamic, private, hospitals

Correspondence: Nur Hidayah. Master of Hospital Management, Universitas Muhammadiyah, Yogyakarta. Email: nurhidayah@umy.ac.id. Mobile:  08121868736.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.26911/the6thicph.04.76

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