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The objectives of financial autonomy aimed to reduce government commitments in the financing of public hospitals, to increase efficiency in hospital operations, contain costs, and raise the quality of care. The present survey study of Allied Hospital Faisalabad explores that bureaucratic manacles in financial autonomy of these public hospitals end up in creating low job satisfaction levels among the employees of the hospitals. The dissatisfaction among Doctors, Nurses, Paramedical Staff, and Surgeons towards the management of the hospital was observed. , and irregular flows causes low levels of satisfaction in patients towards doctors, nurses and paramedical Staff.
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