The Public Policy of Apparatus Discipline as a Form Health Administration Reform

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Andries Lionardo, Chairun Nasirin, M Chairul Basrun Umanailo, Rudy Kurniawan, Ivana


The quality of health in government employees due to the current global pandemic is not optimal; one of the causes is the low level of civil servants' discipline to health protocols properly. This study aims to find out how the implementation of health discipline policy towards civil servants in Palembang. Methods: This research uses a descriptive qualitative research method to produce good and accurate research quality. This research focuses on the level of compliance with health protocols, the smoothness of the clean routine, and the performance of health workers who always monitor civil servants' health. The data used is the primary data of local government employees obtained from in-depth interviews with health policymakers in the local government. Result: based on the analysis of research conducted, the implementation of employee health discipline policy has not been optimally carried out because the bureaucracy's culture must be based on operational standards set by the government. Besides, civil servants' attitude is still not optimal in carrying out health, and knowledge about health education is still low, so that causes violations of health discipline in the workplace were ignored. Conclusion: In the summary of this study, local governments' performance in implementing public health service protocols depends on the government's regulations. The quality of employee discipline in carrying out all applicable health regulations still appears to be employees who do not comply with health protocols. Qualified employees in implementing good health protocols are significantly determined by their ability to manage the personal health of employees who work in government and the attitude of maintaining good health and responsibility following the work targets set by local governments.

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