Rasch typology standard of inventory administration practiced by Public Hospitals in Malaysia

This paper discussed on the major concern relating to inventory management practices of pharmacy department in hospitals which is facing difficulty in managing the drugs after investing in them. inventory and highlight areas that can be improve for lower ability hospitals to become more efficient. T...

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Main Authors: Ahmad Mahyadin@Mahidin, Fariza, Saad, Rohaizah, Mohd Asaad, Mohd Norhasni, Yusoff, Rushami Zien
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spelling my.uum.repo.263122019-08-28T01:07:07Z http://repo.uum.edu.my/26312/ Rasch typology standard of inventory administration practiced by Public Hospitals in Malaysia Ahmad Mahyadin@Mahidin, Fariza Saad, Rohaizah Mohd Asaad, Mohd Norhasni Yusoff, Rushami Zien HD28 Management. Industrial Management This paper discussed on the major concern relating to inventory management practices of pharmacy department in hospitals which is facing difficulty in managing the drugs after investing in them. inventory and highlight areas that can be improve for lower ability hospitals to become more efficient. The Rasch Measurement Model (RMM) with Winsteps Version 3.92.1 software was applied for data analysis due to its ability in interpreting and analyzing the ability of respondents in performing difficult items. Online questionnaires were distributed to selected public hospitals and out of 103 online questionnaires, 81 were returned with a response rate of 78.64%. However, only questionnaires from 80 respondents are useable. The typology standard result shows that the mean person of 3.01 and logit value of 2.02 differentiate the lower and higher ability hospitals into 51% and 49%.. Easiest items (A1.4, A1.6 & A1.10) and difficult items (A2.5 & A2.6) have also been highlighted in the discussion. Public hospitals of S23 having the most ability while public hospitals of S51 resulted as having the minimal ability in implementing inventory administration practices. In addition, Rasch analysis points out that existing items need to be reviewed by adding more difficult items, in order to develop further future research. Finally, this study is perhaps the first attempt in investigating the typology standard of inventory administration to be practised by public hospitals in Malaysia using RMM. ExcelingTech Publishers 2017 Article PeerReviewed Ahmad Mahyadin@Mahidin, Fariza and Saad, Rohaizah and Mohd Asaad, Mohd Norhasni and Yusoff, Rushami Zien (2017) Rasch typology standard of inventory administration practiced by Public Hospitals in Malaysia. International Journal of Supply Chain Management (IJSCM), 6 (3). pp. 137-144. ISSN 2050-7399 https://ojs.excelingtech.co.uk/index.php/IJSCM/article/view/1542
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topic HD28 Management. Industrial Management
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Ahmad Mahyadin@Mahidin, Fariza
Saad, Rohaizah
Mohd Asaad, Mohd Norhasni
Yusoff, Rushami Zien
Rasch typology standard of inventory administration practiced by Public Hospitals in Malaysia
description This paper discussed on the major concern relating to inventory management practices of pharmacy department in hospitals which is facing difficulty in managing the drugs after investing in them. inventory and highlight areas that can be improve for lower ability hospitals to become more efficient. The Rasch Measurement Model (RMM) with Winsteps Version 3.92.1 software was applied for data analysis due to its ability in interpreting and analyzing the ability of respondents in performing difficult items. Online questionnaires were distributed to selected public hospitals and out of 103 online questionnaires, 81 were returned with a response rate of 78.64%. However, only questionnaires from 80 respondents are useable. The typology standard result shows that the mean person of 3.01 and logit value of 2.02 differentiate the lower and higher ability hospitals into 51% and 49%.. Easiest items (A1.4, A1.6 & A1.10) and difficult items (A2.5 & A2.6) have also been highlighted in the discussion. Public hospitals of S23 having the most ability while public hospitals of S51 resulted as having the minimal ability in implementing inventory administration practices. In addition, Rasch analysis points out that existing items need to be reviewed by adding more difficult items, in order to develop further future research. Finally, this study is perhaps the first attempt in investigating the typology standard of inventory administration to be practised by public hospitals in Malaysia using RMM.
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author Ahmad Mahyadin@Mahidin, Fariza
Saad, Rohaizah
Mohd Asaad, Mohd Norhasni
Yusoff, Rushami Zien
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Saad, Rohaizah
Mohd Asaad, Mohd Norhasni
Yusoff, Rushami Zien
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title Rasch typology standard of inventory administration practiced by Public Hospitals in Malaysia
title_short Rasch typology standard of inventory administration practiced by Public Hospitals in Malaysia
title_full Rasch typology standard of inventory administration practiced by Public Hospitals in Malaysia
title_fullStr Rasch typology standard of inventory administration practiced by Public Hospitals in Malaysia
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