Supply Chain and Quality Services in Among Jordanian public Hospitals: A Preliminary Review


  • Amer Zaid Alqudah
  • Hussein Mohammed Esmail Abualrejal
  • Ezanee Mohamed Elias


The expansion of phenomena of globalization and the emergence of in light of recent developments and development are the most significant changes confronting organizations today. Of course, organizations were forced to innovate to keep up with the ever-evolving nature of shift schedules and the interplay between these factors, as well as to hire and retain the appropriately skilled workers necessary to adapt to the ever-shifting nature of the business.  Several articles have focused on the importance of quality management (QM) and the supply chain (SC) as two of the most significant changes currently confronting businesses. They're not just methods or procedures; they're philosophies of management. For that reason, the purpose of this study is to provide a foundation for future empirical studies by reviewing studies that have already been conducted on this philosophy overload. Considering the rise in TQM implementation in government and the healthcare industry, The critical need to enhance healthcare delivery systems worldwide will also be investigated. The overarching research goal is to develop a more all-encompassing and practical model for managing the connection between the supply chain and the health-related significance of hospital service quality. The study's findings have real-world implications for patients and healthcare providers alike, as they illuminate the fundamentals of the connection between SC and hospital service quality within Jordan's public healthcare facilities, ultimately helping to mould a healthier and more prosperous future for Jordan.