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Scirj Volume X, Issue IV, April 2022 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th April 2022
Full Paper available from: 25th April 2022


ASSESSMENT OF EMERGENCY SERVICES IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT OF SHARIF MEDICAL CITY, LAHORE
Dr.Aiman Javed, Dr.Seemab Salahuddin , Dr.Sania Maqbool, Dr.Hafiz Muhammad Uzair Asghar , Dr.Farah Latafat Khan, Dr.Nasiba Mumtaz

Abstract: Emergency has been defined as a condition determined clinically or considered by the patient or his/her relatives as urgent medical services, failing which, it could result in loss of life or limb. A medical emergency is an acute injury or illness that poses an immediate risk to a persons life or long-term health. It is a situation when patient requires urgent and high quality medical care to prevent loss of any kind or to initiate action for the restoration of normal healthy life. An Accident and Emergency department deals with genuine life-threatening emergencies. The patients entering an emergency department can be saved only if they arrive at the right time, at the right place, receives the right treatment and right resources. Because injury is always unexpected and unplanned, and if not treated promptly, it can result in damage, deformity, and death, it is a critical component of hospital care. Methodology: This research work is carried out to assess the emergency department and services provided by Sharif Medical City. A historical background study is performed on the emergency department to look at the previous and present services provided by department. Then, a quantitative approach is conducted to observe the condition of emergency department and to look for the improvement areas. On the basis of which some recommendations and suggestions are given to provide best possible services to the people. Conclusion: The accident and emergency department of Sharif Medical City Lahore has improved a lot in providing the emergency health care services as compared to pre autonomy period.
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GOOD CORPORATE GOVERNANCE ON THE COMPANY'S FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
Hastuti, Dwi, Dr. Ts, Kartika Hendra, Dr. Mursito, Bambang

Abstract: The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of Good Corporate Governance on a company financial performance by examining the board of commissioners, independent commissioners, audit committees, and institutional ownership characteristics. The financial performance of a business is determined by its Return on Equity (ROE) and Return on Assets (ROA) (ROA). This study analyzed secondary data, specifically property and real estate firms that are publicly traded on the Indonesian Stock Exchange. Between 2015 and 2020, 90 property and real estate businesses listed on the Indonesian Stock Exchange utilized the purposive sampling method to choose the sample. Panel data regression analysis was utilized in conjunction with the Eviews Version 12 computer application. The study findings indicated that while both the board of commissioners and institutional ownership had an effect on the company financial performance as measured by ROE and ROA, independent commissioners had no effect on the company financial performance as measured by ROE, but had an effect on the company financial performance as measured by ROA. In comparison, the audit committee has no impact on the financial performance of the company, as measured by ROE and ROA.
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IMPROVED EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCEAT THE LAND OFFICE OF SUKOHARJO REGENCY YEAR 2022
Kurniawati, Elina, Dr. Ts, Kartika Hendra, Dr. Pawenang, Supawi

Abstract: This research aims to test and analyze the influence of organizational culture, work ethic, facilities, HR competencies, and career development on the performance of employees of the Sukoharjo District Land Office. The sample is the entire population, namely all the Sukoharjo Regency Land Office employees, which amounts to 134 people consisting of 72 civil servants and 62 PPNPN people. Data analysis techniques use multiple linear regression with dummy variables. The results of this study indicate that (1) the higher the organizational culture, the more the performance of employees the natural increase (2) the higher the work ethic then the performance of employees increases (3) the higher the facilities then the performance of employees will increase, although not in real (4) the higher the competence of human resources then employee performance increases, although not in real (5) the higher the career development then employee performance increases, Although not for real. The conclusion of this study is proven to influence organizational culture, work ethic, facilities, HR competencies and simultaneous career development on employee performance. Organizational culture and work ethic affect employee performance. While facilities, HR competencies and career development do not affect employee performance.
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