Improved Health Workforce
The list below is from the Management Sciences for Health/World Health Organization (MSH/WHO) tool book and from Human Resource Indicators and Health Service Performance.*
- Percentage of health facilities with staffing levels that meet the requirements of the HRH plan
- Numbers of patients: professional staff numbers
- Bed utilization: number of staff
- Vacancy rate
- Turnover rate
- Retention rate
- Rural/urban distribution
- Staff satisfaction (based on attitude surveys)
- Percentage of total budget spent on staff salaries and allowances.
*Hornby P, Forte P. Human Resource Indicators and Health Service Performance. Human Resource Development Journal. 1997;1(2):103-118.