Comparative Study between Government and pvt hospitals

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Analysis of Work Life Balance of Female Nurses in
Hospitals - Comparative Study between Government and
Private Hospital in Chennai, TN., India
I. INTRODUCTION
A. Health Care Industry – An Overview
As the saying goes – “Health is Wealth”, health is considered as the most important phenomenon in today’s world which determines the wealth of the country at large.
The health care industry in India is one of the largest economic and fastest growing professions. In order to create a balance between the provision and reception of health care, various strategies have been worked out which makes the industry effectively by health consciousness among people
& welfare schemes [1]. Nurses play the major role in health care industry
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Other reasons for slowing down of the nurses population is mental stress and work pressure which leads to dissatisfaction. Factors that lead to mental stress and work pressure are improper work life balance, physical health or fitness, improper working conditions, discrimination, distrust and unlimited work load, [5]. Emigration is also considered as a contributing factor to the increasing demand for nurses [6]
D. A Comparitive Study-Nurses in Government Hospital
Vs Private Hospitals
1) Government Nurses
The major benefits of a government nurse are Monetary benefits, Job Security, Job Satisfaction More exposure and more experience. Disadvantages of working in government hospitals are Long working hours and Shortages of resources. 2) Private Nurses
The major benefits of a nurse in private hospital are
Better technology and Multi tasking. The disadvantages are that their salary is comparatively lesser than that of the government nurses. Moreover, their exposure to cases is limited due to limited strength of patients [7]
E. Best practices yield best results:
The management needs to assess the causes for improper
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