Analysis of Refusal of Inpatients by Government Hospitals Causing State Administrative Disputes
Keywords:Government Hospitals, State Administration Officials, Factual Actions, Government Administration Act.
This research is based on the fact that in the community shows that there are still many hospitals that haven’t
provided health services to society without the element of discrimination, many mass media are preaching
rejection of the patient until so that causes death. Rejection of patients in government hospitals in the form
of direct action falls into the category of state administrative disputes if it is article 87 of Law number 30
of 2014 concerning government administration point, which is a written determination that is also a factual
action of a government hospital. The methodology in this study uses normative juridical types as well as
using statute, conceptual, and case approach. On this research, using primary legal materials in the form of
the Constitution, AP Law and PTUN Law.This research relates to the involvement of state administration
officials if there is any refusal of patients at government hospitals and authority and the act of granting
decisions without authority (Factual Actions) reviewed from the AP Law that causes material and immaterial
losses towards the community. Administrative sanctions on government officials who perform factual acts
that article 81 of the AP Law, namely light, moderate, and severe administrative sanctions.
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