Bernama – Ministry of Health extends 360-degree rating system to hospital directors this year

PUTRAJAYA, Sept. 22 (Bernama) — The 360-degree rating system, which previously applied only to management, will be expanded to include hospital directors from this year, Health Minister Khaylie Jamaluddin said.

Hospital directors are currently evaluated only by their superiors.

“After this, they (principals) will be evaluated not only by their superiors, but also by their colleagues and officers under their control, and the ministry will add other levels to this 360-degree evaluation system on a regular basis.

“This year, the ministry will start with hospital directors, and next year may include department heads and experts as well, and will do this until all levels of the Ministry of Health (MOH) have this evaluation system,” he said. One Click here for the interview “Annual performance as Minister of Health and Welfare”.

Kylie said expanding the evaluation system, which allows all MOH staff to evaluate their superiors, would help uncover incidents of bullying within the ministry.

“If high-ranking officials aren’t on good terms with their subordinates, we know that because we conduct 360-degree reviews,” he said, adding that this would be subject to Civil Service approval).

Additionally, to address bullying incidents at MOH, Khairy said the results of the Healthcare Work Culture Improvement Task Force (HWCITF) report recommend using the MyHELP@KKM complaint system, which will be accessible from 1 October. said.

He said the complaint system would make it easier for officers to file bullying incident complaints directly, allowing immediate follow-up action through transparent procedures while maintaining the confidentiality of those who filed reports. said.

The HWCITF, established in May, aims to improve work culture, management of health services, and investigate complaints of bullying within the ministry.

Talking about the health ministry’s achievements, he said last year, several contract appointment issues involving medical, dental and pharmacy personnel were able to reach strategic solutions.

“From 2022 to 2025, at least 8,686 additional permanent posts will be created, including medical, dental and pharmacy personnel, with a financial impact worth RM2.26 billion,” said a member of parliament from Lembau. Kylie also said.

Khairy also announced that a total of 11,462 appointments had been made since September last year for full-time appointments in the ministry. 1,457 dentists. 1,688 pharmacy employees. and 3,087 nurses.

Touching on the ministry’s officer promotions, Mr Khairy said a total of 7,143 medical, dental and pharmacy officers had been promoted in a time-based manner as of Aug. 31.

“The ministry also accredited 525 grade UD56 physicians and grade UG56 special grade C dentists to the JPA on July 31.

“This issue is currently being considered by the JPA for accreditation to the Public Service Promotion Board,” he said.

— Bernama

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