Health Administration in Organizing Indonesian Hajj from the Legal and Managerial Perspective of Good Corporate Governance: A Systematic Study
Muchammad Shidqon Prabowo, Dewi Sulistianingsih
This study seeks to analyze health administration in the hajj pilgrimage in Indonesia. Taking a quite different landscape, this study combines health administration in the context of the interests and obligations of the state to provide protection and safety for pilgrims. This protection is related to aspects of regulations and laws as the basic norms for policymaking at the operational level in the administration of Hajj, especially in the context of the health of the pilgrims. Meanwhile, the safety aspect is related to the fulfillment of managerial aspects to improve service functions and improve quality. By taking an interlinked dialogue from various theoretical outlooks, this study provides a perspective on the relationship between legal and management aspects through good corporate governance and total quality management in the administration of hajj and its basis for pilgrimage health administration.