Implementation of Good Hospital Governance Policies at the Undata Regional General Hospital, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
Munawir H. Usman1*, Abu Tjaija2, M. Sabir3
1Student of the Doctoral Program of Social Sciences, Postgraduate Program at Tadulako University, Indonesia
2Doctoral Program of Social Sciences, Postgraduate Program at Tadulako University, Indonesia
3Faculty of Medicine, Tadulako University, Indonesia
Int. J. Grad. Res. Rev. Vol 6(3): 110-119
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The concept of Good Hospital Governance (GHG) is a concept of corporate governance in general, but its application is adapted to the type of business such as health services. As a health facility engaged in advanced health services (referral), hospitals seek to provide excellent and quality health services. This study aims to describe the Good Hospital Governance policy's implementation at the Undata Regional General Hospital, Central Sulawesi Province. This research is qualitative, using a descriptive method. This research was conducted at Undata Hospital, Central Sulawesi Province, in 2020. The determination of informants as the source of data on the interviewee was carried out purposively. The results of this study found that the implementation of Good Hospital Governance policies at Undata Hospital, Central Sulawesi Province, has not performed well; this is an indication that there are still supporting aspects of policy implementation that are not running correctly.
Keywords: Good Hospital Governance Policies, Implementation, Regional General Hospital