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When the patients turn arrives it visits the doctor. The doctor examines the patient if prescribed a test visits the examination department (ECG, X-ray etc) or goes to the pharmacy stands in the queue to wait for his turn and then exits the hospital after taking his medicines. The time taken at each and every step is noted with the help of stop watch from entry to the exit. The data collection was done by following a patient from the time of entry to the hospital till the time it exit the hospital. Though this method is very intense but helps to study functional accuracy of the hospital.
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REVIEW OF LITERATURE In this chapter, the researcher has arranged all relevant literature and empirical studies-reviewed under the following schemes: 1) A review of empirical studies in the area of hospital administration arranged chronologically 2) Hospital described as a formal organisation 3) Hospital explained as a psycho-social system. 4) A summary is made of the literature search with regard to the concept and importance of organisational climate, in different disciplines. 5) The structural and functional variables presented in terms of two structural models- Bureaucratic Model and Human Relations model which forms the basis of the study. 6) The theoretical and empirical literature available in explaining the structural and functional