An Empirical Framework for Assessing the Balanced Scorecard Impact on Sustainable Development in Healthcare Performance Measurement
Anca Antoaneta Vărzaru ()
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Anca Antoaneta Vărzaru: Department of Economics, Accounting and International Business, University of Craiova, 200585 Craiova, Romania
IJERPH, 2022, vol. 19, issue 22, 1-17
Performance appraisal has become an essential tool for healthcare managers due to the frequent and rapid changes in the healthcare sector. Sustainable performance management implies increasing organizations’ efficiency and effectiveness while considering all vectors of sustainability. This study examines the impact of digital transformation, accounting information systems, and strategic human resource management improvements on organizational performance and sustainable development. The paper uses the balanced scorecard (BSC) for organizational performance assessment. The paper proposes a theoretical model that integrates the traditional and digital information systems and human resources engagement with the BSC dimensions for sustainable organizational development. The theoretical model is tested in an empirical study involving a questionnaire-based survey of 387 employees with management experience in the healthcare sector. Based on structural equation modeling, the research results showed that the efficiency and effectiveness of strategic human resources management and the accounting information system significantly positively affect the BSC dimensions. Furthermore, the use of BSC in measuring organizational performance has significant effects on sustainable development, with the internal process dimension being the most influential.
Keywords: balanced scorecard; digital transformation; accounting information system; strategic human resources management; sustainable development; efficiency; effectiveness (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I I1 I3 Q Q5 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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