Arrangements for Administrative Sanctions in the Field of Health Services: Analysis of the 2008-2018 Minister of Health Regulations
Regulatory reform poses a challenge for the Ministry of Health in the era of bureaucratic reform. One of the challenges is the difficulty in mapping and analyzing all regulations in the health service sector for the purpose of revision, synchronization, or cancellation. The objective of this study is to evaluate the regulations issued by the Minister of Health pertaining to health services, specifically focusing on administrative sanction arrangements implemented between 2008 and 2018. The research employed a qualitative approach with a juridical-analytic descriptive design, involving the description of problems derived from collected legal materials and summarized in a legal research report to provide new insights within the legal field. The findings reveal that the regulations concerning sanctions in the health service sector still exhibit variation in terms of sanction types and the authorities responsible for imposing them. It is crucial to establish regulations regarding the imposition of administrative sanctions in the health service sector to address the evolving dynamics within society and ensure the fair application of such sanctions.