Productivity is one of the most important factors influencing revenue management. Increasing productivity will consequently increase profitability and it is important to find major barriers for reducing productivity. In this paper, we present an empirical study to analyze productivity in a hospital called Labbafinejad in Iran. The present study is a descriptive cross-sectional study carried out in 2010. The population of this study was 110 people of Labbafinejad Hospital’s staff and the proposed study chose a sample including 64 nurses, service and administrative staff, randomly. The proposed study of this paper designs and distributes a questionnaire among the selected sample size in an attempt to find the relationship between productivity and three main indices of management method, performance evaluation, and technological improvement. The results of the survey have been analyzed using Spearman correlation ratio as well as regression analysis. The results show a meaningful relationship between three main indices as independent variable and productivity. The highest correlation is between management method and productivity (0.915) and the lowest correlation is associated with performance evaluation and productivity (0.735).