Factors Intention to Leave of Physicians of Thai Private Hospitals by Fuzzy Delphi Method

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Atthapol Ongchaivatana
Prasopchai Pasunon

Abstract

This research aimed to select factors of intention to leave of physicians in Thai private hospitals by using multi-method methodology. The research has been done firstly by documentary research. Data collection was through in-depth-interviewed of key informants consisting of 20 physicians who were experts in private hospital business, and weighted those factors. Then the factors were analyzed by Fuzzy Delphi Method.


The result found that the 15 factors derived from documentary research were lessened down to 3 factors by using Fuzzy Delphi Method namely; (1) organizational fairness (2) self-awareness and (3) management policy.

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Ongchaivatana, A., & Pasunon, P. (2021). Factors Intention to Leave of Physicians of Thai Private Hospitals by Fuzzy Delphi Method. Ph.D. In Social Sciences Journal, 11(2), 369-382. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/phdssj/article/view/187738
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