Professional hybrids in healthcare have attracted a great deal of policy, managerial, and research interest. However, the current literature offers little guidance on (i) how hybrid roles can be supported by the hospital organization they work for as well as (ii) the cognitive and behavioral driving forces underpinning medical managers' managerial work that determine how they inhabit their roles and consequently meet the standards of performance that contribute to organizational effectiveness. Building on engagement theory and social cognitive theory and using data collected from clinical managers working in a large Italian public hospital, the current study focuses on the mediating role of psychological variables associated with the managerial role of medical managers, namely managerial job engagement and managerial self-efficacy, in the budgetary participation-job performance link. The results suggest that the information gained by participating in budgeting impact medical managers' thoughts and feelings about their managerial role and these, in turn, motivate different aspects of their performance. The findings are discussed in relation to theory and their managerial and policy implications.

Macinati, M. S., Bozzi, S., Rizzo, M. G., Budgetary participation and performance: The mediating effects of medical managers’ job engagement and self-efficacy., <<HEALTH POLICY>>, 2016; 120(9) (9): 1017-1028. [doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2016.08.005] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/85239]

Budgetary participation and performance: The mediating effects of medical managers’ job engagement and self-efficacy.

Macinati, M. S.;Bozzi, S.;Rizzo, M. G.
2016

Abstract

Professional hybrids in healthcare have attracted a great deal of policy, managerial, and research interest. However, the current literature offers little guidance on (i) how hybrid roles can be supported by the hospital organization they work for as well as (ii) the cognitive and behavioral driving forces underpinning medical managers' managerial work that determine how they inhabit their roles and consequently meet the standards of performance that contribute to organizational effectiveness. Building on engagement theory and social cognitive theory and using data collected from clinical managers working in a large Italian public hospital, the current study focuses on the mediating role of psychological variables associated with the managerial role of medical managers, namely managerial job engagement and managerial self-efficacy, in the budgetary participation-job performance link. The results suggest that the information gained by participating in budgeting impact medical managers' thoughts and feelings about their managerial role and these, in turn, motivate different aspects of their performance. The findings are discussed in relation to theory and their managerial and policy implications.
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Macinati, M. S., Bozzi, S., Rizzo, M. G., Budgetary participation and performance: The mediating effects of medical managers’ job engagement and self-efficacy., <<HEALTH POLICY>>, 2016; 120(9) (9): 1017-1028. [doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2016.08.005] [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/85239]
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