Juridical Review Of Laws And Professional Ethics On The Refusal Of Emergency Patients In The Implementation Of Private Hospital Services

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Dr. Gunawan Nachrawi , SH., MH, Vera Dumonda , Dr Megawati Barthos, SH., MH. , Triseu Setianingsih , Amrulloh Ibnu Kholdun


Health services in hospitals have shifted from public goods to private goods, the impact is less than optimal medical services for the poor in the Emergency Installation, there is often patient rejection because there is no down payment guarantee. The creation of conflicts between patients and health professions in private hospitals creates conditions that are not conducive and constructive for health development, Problem formulation, Do Private Hospitals have the right to refuse patients in emergencies? What is the legal and ethical responsibility if a private hospital refuses emergency patients in order to create justice for the community. The purpose of the study, to explain that Private Hospitals have no right to refuse Patients in an emergency and explain Legal Responsibility, ethics of Private Hospitals when Rejecting Emergency Patients in order to create justice for the community. This research method is with normative juridical, statute approach and library research from perimer and secondary materials. The analysis knife in this study uses Grand Teor i State Law and Teori Aristotle's justice as Middle Theory. The result of the discussion, Obtaining profit is a natural for private hospitals but it needs to be realized that the operation of the hospital must still prioritize the social function of the hospital as formulated in Article 2 of Law Number 44 of 2009 concerning Hospitals. Hospital business functions and hospital social functions must be managed properly and professionally, private hospitals should continue to provide indigent / poor patient service facilities in emergency services without down payments in accordance with hospital service standards and in accordance with their hospital service capabilities based on the independence of professional ethics.

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