Public Services in Health Through Hospitals

Tri Yanuaria, Kadir Katjong

Abstract


Public service as mandated in the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 25 of 2009 concerning Public Services confirmed that public service is an activity or series of activities in order to fulfill service needs in accordance with laws and regulations for every citizen and resident on goods, services and/or administrative services provided by public service providers. Specifically, public services in the field of health, among others, stated that the authority of regions and cities is to administer minimum standards of health services, administer social health insurance, administer health service financing, conduct accreditation of health facilities and infrastructure and administer public health insurance systems.In its implementation there is still a Hospital in this case it can be considered that public services in health sectors have not been conducted properly or optimally because of its limitations, and therefore they have not been in accordance with the mandate of Law Number 25 of 2009 concerning Public Services and Health Laws and the Hospital Law, where there are still ethical and legal violations in conducting services.

Keywords


Public Services; Health; Hospital

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31957/plj.v3i2.789

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