The Relationship between Hospital Administration and Quality of Services: Meta-Analysis


  • Puji Nur Rokhmatun School of Health Sciences Mamba’ul Ulum Surakarta, Central Java
  • Siti Maesaroh School of Health Sciences Mamba’ul Ulum Surakarta, Central Java
  • Imram Radne Rimba Putri Study Program of Hospital Administration, Universitas Alma Ata Yogyakarta
  • Susi Salmah Mother and Child Hospital of Aisyiyah, Klaten, Central Java
  • Siti Apriani Kurnianingsih PKU Muhammadiyah Hospital Wedi, Klaten, Central Java
  • Ani Nur Fauziah School of Health Sciences Mamba’ul Ulum Surakarta, Central Java
  • Ahmad Zamani School of Health Sciences Mamba’ul Ulum Surakarta, Central Java
  • Joko Tri Atmojo School of Health Sciences Mamba’ul Ulum Surakarta, Central Java
  • Aris Widiyanto School of Health Sciences Mamba’ul Ulum Surakarta, Central Java


Background: Quality of service (QoS) is important because enterprises need to provide stable services for employees and customers to use. Maintaining hospital administration is the most important thing to consider in hospital service indicators. This study aimed to analyzed the strength of the relationship between hospital administration with quality of services.
Subjects and Method: This study is a meta-analysis with PICO, population: patients. Intervention: good hospital administration. Comparison: poor hospital administration. Outcome: quality of services. The articles used in this study were obtained from three databases, namely Google Scholar, Pubmed, and Science Direct. Keywords to search for articles are “Hospital Administration” OR “Good Administration” OR “Hospital Services” AND “Quality of Services” OR “Services” AND “Multivariate”. Articles included are full-text English from 2009 to 2021. Articles were selected using a PRISMA flow diagram. Articles were analyzed using the Review Manager 5.3 application.
Results: A total of 8 cross-sectional study articles from Asia, Europe, Africa, and North America were reviewed in the meta-analysis. Based on the results of the analysis, hospital management or good hospital administration has the possibility to increase the quality of service in hospital by 2.61 times compared to poor hospital administration (aOR= 2.61; 95% CI= 1.44 to 4.72; p= 0.002) and the results were statistically significant.
Conclusion: Hospital administration are increase the quality of services.
Keywords: hospital, hospital administration, quality of services.

Correspondence: Siti Maesaroh. School of Health Sciences Mamba’ul Ulum Surakarta. Jl. Ringroad Utara, Mojosongo, Jebres, Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. Email: Mobile: +62 813-9386-7942

Journal of Health Policy and Management (2023)


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How to Cite

Rokhmatun, P. N., Maesaroh, S., Putri, I. R. R., Salmah, S., Kurnianingsih, S. A., Fauziah, A. N., Zamani, A., Atmojo, J. T., & Widiyanto, A. (2023). The Relationship between Hospital Administration and Quality of Services: Meta-Analysis. Journal of Health Policy and Management, 8(1), 39–47. Retrieved from