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JCR. 2019; 6(3): 14-28


Review article: Competency models of IT specialists and managers in the healthcare sector

Mohammad Taghi Taghavifard, Mohammad javad jalili, Mirali Seyednaghavi, Iman Raeesi Vanani.

Abstract
Meritocracy and the use of efficient human resources is nowadays considered one of the basic principles and causes of the success of organizations in moving towards dynamism and transformation. Empowered and motivated human resources are the most valuable assets of organizations and can compensate for the possible shortage of other resources if used with appropriate combination and valuated, maintained or transferred based on competency. The purpose of the present study is to investigate the competency models of IT specialists in the healthcare sector. It tries to provide a better understanding of the competency models of IT specialists in the healthcare sector. It uses fundamental analysis and describes competency concepts, competency models, and competency models in the field of IT. It also gives some explanations on methods for developing competency models and competency tools. Finally, it presents a summary of the study on the competency model in the healthcare sector.

Key words: Competency, Competency models, It specialists, Health.



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