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2024; Volume 1

Peer reviewed Journal

Articles related to Hospital, Healthcare, All Medical disciplines, Service marketing , service Industry

Aims and Scope
The Journal of Healthcare Service is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing the knowledge and understanding of healthcare service delivery, management, and innovation. The journal aims to provide a platform for researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and stakeholders to exchange insights, best practices, and evidence-based solutions in the field of healthcare service excellence.
The journal welcomes contributions from a wide range of disciplines, including but not limited to healthcare management, healthcare administration, healthcare policy, healthcare economics, health informatics, healthcare quality and safety, patient experience, Clinical and non-clinical domains and healthcare innovation. The scope of the journal encompasses various aspects of healthcare service excellence, with an emphasis on original research, case studies, reviews, and theoretical and conceptual advancements.
The primary objectives of the Journal of Healthcare Service are:
Promoting research: Encouraging high-quality original research that investigates emerging issues, trends, and challenges related to healthcare service. The journal seeks to foster evidence-based decision-making and contribute to the development of best practices in healthcare service delivery.
Knowledge dissemination: Facilitating the dissemination of innovative ideas, theories, and methodologies that enhance the quality, efficiency, accessibility, and patient-centeredness of healthcare services. This Online journal aims to bridge the gap between research and practice by providing a platform for knowledge sharing among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers.
Advancing healthcare management and policy: Publishing studies that offer insights into effective management strategies, organizational models, and policy interventions that improve healthcare service delivery.
Enhancing patient experience and outcomes: Highlighting research and interventions that focus on patient-centered care, patient engagement, patient satisfaction, and the impact of healthcare service on patient outcomes. The journal aims to promote a holistic approach to healthcare delivery that prioritizes the well-being and satisfaction of patients.
Supporting evidence-based practice: Publishing systematic reviews, meta-analyses, and evidence syntheses that critically evaluate the effectiveness and impact of healthcare interventions, models of care, and service delivery approaches. The journal encourages the translation of research findings into practical applications and supports the implementation of evidence-based practices in healthcare settings.
The Healthcare Service Journal welcomes original contributions from researchers, practitioners, and policymakers worldwide. The editorial board maintains a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the highest quality and integrity of published articles. The journal is committed to advancing the field of healthcare service and making a meaningful impact on healthcare delivery, management, and policy.

Author Guidelines
Manuscript Types: The journal accepts various types of manuscripts, including original research articles, review articles, case studies, theoretical or conceptual papers, and commentaries. Authors should clearly indicate the type of manuscript submitted.
Formatting and Structure: Manuscripts should be prepared in Microsoft Word or a compatible format, using 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced. The structure of the manuscript should include the following sections: title page, abstract, introduction, methods (for research articles), results, discussion, conclusion, acknowledgments (if applicable), and references.
Title Page: The title page should include the full title of the manuscript, the names and affiliations of all authors, corresponding author's contact information (including email address), and any acknowledgments or funding information.
Abstract: Provide a structured abstract of no more than 250 words, summarizing the purpose, methods (for research articles), key findings, and implications of the study. For other types of manuscripts, provide a concise summary of the main arguments or content.
Introduction: Clearly state the background, objectives, and research questions (for research articles) or main purpose of the manuscript. Provide a concise review of relevant literature and establish the context for the study.
Methods: For research articles, describe the study design, data collection methods, and analytical approaches in detail. Ensure that ethical considerations and approval, if applicable, are addressed. For other types of manuscripts, outline the theoretical framework or conceptual basis of the manuscript.
Results: Present the findings of the study or main arguments, supported by appropriate data, figures, or tables. Interpret the results objectively and avoid duplication of information provided in tables or figures.
Discussion: Analyze and interpret the findings or arguments, comparing them with existing literature. Discuss the implications, limitations, and significance of the study or manuscript. Provide recommendations for future research or practice, if applicable.
Conclusion: Summarize the main findings or key points of the manuscript. Clearly state the implications and relevance of the study or manuscript for healthcare service excellence.
References: Follow a recognized citation style (e.g., APA, MLA, or Chicago) for in-text citations and the reference list. Ensure that all references cited in the text are included in the reference list and vice versa.
Ethical Considerations: If the manuscript involves human subjects, animals, or sensitive data, provide a statement confirming that appropriate ethical guidelines and approvals were obtained. Respect patient privacy and confidentiality by de-identifying any personal information in the manuscript.
Figures and Tables: All figures and tables should be numbered consecutively and have clear titles and captions. Ensure that they are of high quality and can be easily understood without excessive reliance on color.
Submission Process: Manuscripts should be submitted online through email.
Review Process: All manuscripts undergo a rigorous peer-review process. The journal aims to provide timely and constructive feedback to authors. Authors may be required to revise their manuscripts based on reviewers' comments and suggestions.
Conflict of Interest: Authors should disclose any potential conflicts of interest related to the manuscript, including financial, personal, or professional relationships that may influence the interpretation or presentation of the findings.
Authors are encouraged to carefully review the specific author guidelines provided on the journal's website before submitting their manuscripts. Following these guidelines will increase the chances of a successful submission to the Healthcare Service Journal.

About Us
We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Healthcare Service Journal, an exciting academic publication dedicated to advancing knowledge in the fields of health, hospital, medical, and healthcare services. As we embark on this new venture, we invite researchers, scholars, and professionals from around the world to contribute their expertise and be a part of our esteemed community. Our mission is to foster innovation and excellence in healthcare by providing a platform for cutting-edge research and insightful perspectives.
By publishing your articles, you will have the opportunity to showcase your research findings and contribute to the advancement of healthcare knowledge. Our esteemed team of editors, composed of renowned experts in their respective fields, is committed to maintaining the highest standards of academic rigor and ensuring a thorough peer review process.
For submission mail articles to [email protected]

Editorial Board-

1. Dr Rahul R Gupta
Associate Professor,
ENT and Head-Neck Surgery
Government Medical College
Baroda and SSG Hospital Vadodara, Gujarat
[email protected]

2. Dr Nikhil Kumar Patel
Associate Professor,
ENT and Head-Neck Surgery
GMERS Medical College and Hospital, Valsad, Gujarat
[email protected]

3. Dr Vinish Kumar Agarwal
Associate Professor,
ENT and Head-Neck Surgery
Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Swami Rama Himalayan University, Jollygrant Doiwala, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
[email protected]

4. Dr Vishwanbhar Singh
Associate Professor,
ENT and Head-Neck Surgery
IMS, Banaras Hindu University Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
[email protected]

5. Dr P. Jayakumar
Assistant Professor,
Paediatric Surgery,
Government Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College, Salem, Tamil Nadu
[email protected]

6. Dr Smita Sharma
Assistant Professor,
Manipal University, Jaipur Rajasthan
[email protected]

Managing Editor-
1. Dr Smita Sharma
Assistant Professor,
Manipal University, Jaipur Rajasthan
2. Dr Abhishek Sharma
Consultant ENT Surgeon,
Manipal Hospital Jaipur Rajasthan
[email protected]

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Latest Publications

We are delighted to announce the publication of the inaugural articles in the premiere volume of Healthcare Service Journal's issues. This milestone marks the commencement of our scholarly endeavor, with the dissemination of impactful research and insightful perspectives within the realm of healthcare services.

Benign Mixed Salivary Gland Tumour Arising from Anterior Nasal Septum: Radiologic Dilemma and Case Study

Dr Manoj Kumar (HOD and consultant radiologist)

Year: 2024, Volume: 1, Issue: 2, Pages: 82-90, Date of Publication: 15 July 2024

Abstract: Pleomorphic adenomas are the Benign Mixed Salivary gland tumours, typically found in major salivary glands. Their occurrence in the Nasal septum is exceedingly rare. This case report details the clinical presentation, diagnostic process, and treatment of a Pleomorphic adenoma originating from the anterior part of nasal septum in a 63-year-old female patient. The patient presented with a Nasal mass and Epistaxis. The initial diagnosis required the use of both Computerised Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to accurately identify the tumour’s characteristics and extent. Complete Surgical excision was the treatment employed.

Keywords: Pleomorphic adenoma, Nasal septum, Benign tumour, Mixed Salivary gland tumours, Nasal mass, Epistaxis, Surgical excision

Factors Influencing the Motivational Levels of Healthcare Providers with relation to Hospital Administration: Developing Hospital Administration model (5A model) using Delphi method

Anuj Sharma (GM, Sales and Marketing, Proterial, Delhi)

Ajita Sharma (DGM AIESL, IGI Airport, Delhi)

Year: 2024, Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Pages: 67-81, Date of Publication: 31 May 2024

Abstract- In the dynamic environment of Healthcare, the motivation of service providers is crucial for delivering high-quality patient care and achieving organizational goals. Higher Patient Satisfaction is achieved when service providers the ‘Doctors’ are motivated and satisfied. This study aims to identify and analyze the factors influencing the motivational levels of Healthcare Providers, particularly in relation to management practices. By employing the Delphi method, we seek to develop a comprehensive Hospital Administration Model, termed the 5A Model. This model will encompass key aspects such as Advancement, Acknowledgement, Affluence, Assistance, and Ambiance providing a structured approach for Healthcare managers to foster a motivating work environment.

Keywords– Healthcare, Healthcare Providers, Hospital Administration Model, 5A model, Healthcare managers, Doctors, Patient Satisfaction, Delphi method

Analyzing Sensorineural Hearing Loss Among Family Members of Railway Workers Living Near Railway Tracks:   A Case Study

Rubi Thapa

Audiologist, Jaipur (Rajasthan)

Year: 2024, Volume: 1, Issue: 1, Pages: 48-66, Date of Publication: 20 May 2024

Abstract: This article investigates the prevalence and potential causes of Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SNHL) among individuals living near Railway tracks. Sensorineural Hearing Loss is a significant Public Health concern globally, affecting millions of individuals. While the etiology of SNHL is multifaceted, environmental factors, including exposure to Noise pollution, have been implicated. Railway tracks are recognized sources of Noise pollution, characterized by high-intensity Sound emissions from passing Trains. Audiometric tests were conducted on a sample comprising Railway employees and their family members who sought medical care for ear complaints at the Hospital. The participants were divided into two groups based on their proximity to Railway tracks. The collected data were analyzed to determine the relationship between distance from Railway tracks and the prevalence of Hearing loss. Analysis of the data reveals a significant association between distance from Railway tracks and the severity of Hearing loss. Participants residing further from Railway tracks exhibited lower rates of Hearing loss compared to those living closer to the tracks. The findings suggest a potential link between proximity to Railway tracks and Sensorineural Hearing Loss among family members of Railway workers. This underscores the importance of implementing effective Noise control measures and providing adequate Hearing protection for both Railway workers and their families living in close proximity to Railway tracks.

Keywords: Sensorineural Hearing Loss, Railway Tracks, Noise Pollution, Audiometry, Railway employees, Hospital