LEGAL POLITICS IN HEALTH AREA LINKED WITH THE PROCUREMENT OF GOODS AND GOVERNMENT’S SERVICES IN THE HEALTH FIELD
[Legal Politics In Health Area Linked With The Procurement Of Goods And Government’s Services In The Health Field] One of the state objectives is the realization of public welfare. Health as an element of public welfare. To realize welfare in respect of health, the government organizes development of health facilities at both central and regional levels by way of state goods/services procurement in the field of health. The issue encountered is what the government should do to improve the community health services in relation to the State Goods and Services Procurement in the Health Area. This research is juridical normative. It also employs a descriptive-analytical approach. The state goods and services procurement in the field of health has special characteristics, viz. it is often confronted with an abnormal condition that requires a prompt response in order for health services to be delivered, including medical equipment, medicines and even for the sake of saving human lives. To cope with such a condition, direct appointment becomes the only option to meet the requirements in the health area. Under such a circumstance, it is often the case that the official in charge of health goods and services procurement deviates from the prevailing norms and procedures and, instead, puts emphasis on saving human lives. However, the decision to perform direct appointment in the procurement of health goods / services often ends up in criminal charges, which eventually affects the health services.
Keywords: Development in the field of health, procurement of goods.
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Mar 1, 2018
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SUGIATI, Taty; PERWIRA, Indra. LEGAL POLITICS IN HEALTH AREA LINKED WITH THE PROCUREMENT OF GOODS AND GOVERNMENT’S SERVICES IN THE HEALTH FIELD. LITIGASI, [S.l.], v. 18, n. 1, mar. 2018. ISSN 2442-2274. Available at: <http://journal.unpas.ac.id/index.php/litigasi/article/view/285>. Date accessed: 22 feb. 2020. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.23969/litigasi.v18i1.285.