Vol. 6, Issue 6 (2020)
Law politics on regulation of hospital classification based on regulation of the minister of health number 30 of 2019 and number 3 of 2020 based on dignified justice
Author(s): Jaka Kusnanta Wahyuntara, Teguh Prasetyo, Suryono
Abstract: The Issuance of The Regulation of the Minister of Health number 3 of 2020 concerning Classification and Licensing of Hospitals in Indonesia raises many problems due to the prohibition of 9 (nine) types of specialist health services other than basic specialists to provide services in class C and class D public hospitals. This Problem Urged the Author to study further How the Political Law of Hospital Classification Based on the Regulation of the Minister of Health Number 3 of 2020 in Indonesia currently and what its Ideal Model should be based on dignified Justice Value. The method of research used in this research is juridical-empirical where the research type is qualitative research with a sociological juridical approach (Socio-Legal Approach). The results showed that the Legal Politics of Hospital Classification Regulations in Indonesia Currently as stipulated in Law number 36 of 2009 concerning Health has not been able to support pharmaceutical personnel, therefore to overcome this it is necessary to arrange hospital classification based on dignified justice where hospital classification settings must pay attention to and place the values, norms and objectives of the organization of hospital services as the basis for formulating criteria for hospital classification arrangements to at least contain Medical Services and Medical Support, Nursing and Midwifery Services, Pharmaceutical Services and Non-Medical Services.