Hospitals in today’s healthcare system are under pressure to boost their competi-tiveness. A number of studies have shown the disconnect between corporate culture and the enhancement of healthcare profes-sionals’ performance. While it is well accepted that an organization’s culture has a substantial impact on the performance of its health care professionals in clinical prac-tice, the mechanisms by which culture might enhance health care professionals’ performance remain unclear. This paper draws on 22 literature reviews and database searches using keyword syntax from Sciencedirect, Pubmed, Google Schoolar, and other relevant publications published between 2011 and 2021. Research in the field demonstrates that a company’s culture may influence the efficiency and effective-ness of its healthcare employees. This over-arching issue was dissected into the follow-ing themes: nurse performance mediated by discipline; the existence of cultural groups; a central focus on health care professional management; and individual, organization-al, and psychological aspects. The optimal performance of nurses and the outcomes of patient care are contingent on management in the health care business knowing the cultural factors that exist in the workplace.
- Health care professional performance
- Organizational culture
- Organizational factors
- Organizational management