Services of Specialist Doctor at Type C Regional General Hospital based on Regulation of the Minister of Health No. 3 of 2020 on Hospital Classification and License
Keywords:Regional General Hospital, Law, Specialist Doctor, Type C Hospital Classification
The problem occurs when the number of human resources for health workers, mainly the number of specialist
doctors, is not comparable to the number of hospitals in Indonesia, particularly in type C regional general
hospitals. Currently, many private hospitals are competing to provide better and quality services. When they
are sick, many people choose a hospital with a much better and modern service. It becomes a concern for the
government to meet its citizens’ basic needs in the health sector. The problem that lies behind the researchers
to write is Regulation of the Minister of Health No.3 of 2020 on Hospital Classification and License to find
out a legal review of specialist doctor services at type C regional general hospital. Based on the analysis of
the Regulation of the MinisterNo. 3 of 2020 on hospital classification and license, the regulation does not
regulate the minimum requirements for specialist doctors in each hospital classification. It causes an unequal
distribution of specialist doctors in type C regional general hospital and results in the unequal quality of
health services throughout Indonesia.
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