Human resources are the main assets in a health organization, including in hospitals. The human resources consist of health and non-health resources. Examples of human healthresources include doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists, and others. Meanwhile, non-health human resources are accountants, economics, businessmen, engineers, security, cleaning services, etc. Indeed, they work together to build quality organizations to serve the community.In this editorial, I would like to highlight several issues related to the fragmentation between nursing and human resource management. In my previous book (Aungsuroch et al., 2021),it was explained that there is fragmentation between the two, so it is rather challengingto regulate the number and position of human resources, especially nurses in organizations. The issues are described in the following….[Click for Free Download].
Gunawan, J. (2022). New normal, new human resource management. Journal of Healthcare Administration, 1(1), 1-4. https://www.belitungraya.org/BRP/index.php/joha/article/view/2173