Regional Regulation Number 1 Of 2009

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 1 Tahun 2009

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Perda No. 1 Th 2009 1 the GOVERNMENT of the PROVINCE of JAMBI JAMBI PROVINCE AREA REGULATION number 1 of 2009 ABOUT HEALTH CARE LEVY on a REGIONAL GENERAL HOSPITAL of RADEN MATTAHER JAMBI by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of JAMBI, Considering: a. that the increased degree of public health is a shared responsibility of the Government and the community, therefore the levy organization of hospital local governments needs to be shouldered jointly by local authorities and the community having regard to the financial ability of the socioeconomic conditions of the regions and the community; b. that the applicable local Jambi province no. 10 of 2001 regarding Tariff services and Care in the hospital area of Jambi, viewed already incompatible with developments and circumstances at this time; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, needs to be established local regulations about the Ministry Regional General Hospital of Raden Mattaher Jambi; Remember: 1. Act No. 19 of emergency in 1957 on the establishment of Autonomous areas level I, West Sumatra, Jambi and Riau (Gazette Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 1957) as amended by Act No. 61-year 1958 concerning the determination of the law number 19 Emergency in 1957 on the establishment of Autonomous areas level I West Sumatera, Jambi, Riau and became law (State Gazette 1958 Indonesia Number 112 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 1646); 2. Act No. 23 of 1992 on health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 100 in 1992, an additional sheet of the Republic Indonesia 3495); 3. Act No. 18 of 1997 on Tax and regional Levies region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 41 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3685) as amended by Act No. 34 of 2000 on changes to the Act No. 18 of 1997 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 248 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4048); 4. Act No. 10 of 2004 about Pembentuka Regulations (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389);

2 5. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as has been modified several times, the last by Law No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning regional Governments (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008 an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 6. Government Regulation Number 66 in 2001 about Retribution area (Sheet Republic of Indonesia Number 119 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4139); 7. Government Regulation Number 58 in 2005 about the financial management area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4578); 8. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about Coaching Guidelines and supervision of the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); 9. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 About Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance And local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737). 10. Permendagri No. 13 in 2006 about the regional financial management Guidelines as amended with the number 59 Permendagri 2007 about changes Over Permendagri No. 13 in 2006 about the guidelines of the financial management Area; 11. Regulation of the Minister of health Number 159b/MENKES/PER/II/88 of the hospital; 12. The decision of the Minister of health the number 583/MENKES/SK/VI/1997, of a pattern of Government Hospital Rates. 13. Applicable local number 15 in 2008 about the Inspectorates, the Bappeda, Regional Technical Institute and province of Jambi (P ovinsi Jambi Region Gazette year 2008 number 15, additional Regional province of Jambi Sheet number 15); By mutual agreement of the REGIONAL HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and the Governor of JAMBI JAMBI PROVINCE DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS CONCERNING HEALTH CARE LEVY on a REGIONAL GENERAL HOSPITAL of RADEN MATTAHER JAMBI. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is an area of Jambi province. 2. Local Government is the Governor and other Areas as the 56th Government.

3 3. The Governor is the Governor of Jambi 4. The hospital is a General Hospital Area Raden Mattaher Jambi hereinafter referred to the PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL of Raden Mattaher. 5. the Director of the main PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL Director is Raden Mattaher Jambi. 6. Retibusi healthcare is the levy that will be loaded to the subject of retribution in Exchange for health care services provided by the hospital. 7. Ministry of health services medikdan is a nonmedik. 8. Medical Service is the service that is provided by individual medical personnel, the medical examination form, consultation, and medical action. 9. Ministry of Non Medical services are provided to patients and others at the hospital that are not directly related to Medical Services include the ministries of education and training, administrative service, laundry and other Services other services related to health care. 10. Outpatient Service is service to a patient for observation, diagnosis, treatment, medical rehabilitation and other health care without staying in inpatient care. 11. Ministry of Emergency Care is health care y ng should be given as soon as possible to prevent/overcome the risk of death or disability. 12. Inpatient Services are services to patients to obsesrvasi, care, diagnosis, treatment, medical rehabilitation and other health care services or by occupying a bed. 13. Intensive Outpatient Services is a Service provided to patients in critical circumstances that require strict monitoring and intensive in the special room by means of a special and a skilled workforce. 14. The Ministry is a Ministry of the Isolation Care given to the patient on a special room that treating patients with contagious or infectious diseases that need special treatment. 15. Ministry of Rawat a day/One day Care in the hospital is service to the patient to obsesvasi, care, diagnosis, treatment, medical rehabilitation, medical tindaka and or other healthcare beds and occupies less than 24 hours. 16. Ministry of Daytime Care/Day care is service to a patient for observation, care, diagnosis, treatment, medical rehabilitation and other health services and or occupy a bed in less than 12 hours. 17. Home Care/Home Care is a service of the patient at home for observation, treatment, medical rehabilitation post hospitalization. 6. Ambulance Care Unit is the Ministry in the framework of observation, diagnosis, treatment, to patients with pick up using kendaraa ambulance with all amenities. 19. Medical Support Service is a service to the psien to assist in the enforcement of diagnosis and therapy. 20. Service Support Non Medical services are provided in hospitals that are not directly related to medical services. 21. Medical Rehabilitation Services and Mental Rehabilitation is a service provided by the installation in the form of medical rehabilitation services physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, ortotik/prosthetic, guidance medical and social services as well as other rehabilitation ikologi p. 22. the Special Advisory services was provided in the form of a consultation between specialists, nutrition, psychology and other Consultations. 23. Ministry of health services medikolegal is related to the legal interests of yng. 24. operative medical Action is surgery that uses public and local for anesthesia. 25. Action medical non operative is action without surgery. 26. Cyto is the Act of health services are soon to avoid a person from death/disability.


4 27. Pemulasaran/Care Bodies are activities that include a Corpse, conservative treatment is carried out by Hospitals for the benefit of health care, the cemetery and the interests of the judicial process. 28. The pattern of fare is basic guidelines in setting and calculation of the magnitude of the rate of the hospital. 29. The tariff is the magnitude of the costs used in the activities of health services charged to the subject of retribution in Exchange for services received. 30. Services are the services and/or the ease provided by Hospitals to a person or body in order to health services. 31. Service is implementing remuneration received by the service to the service provided to patients in the course of observation, diagnosis, treatment, consultation, visite, medical rehabilitation and other related services. 32. The services of specialist medical consultation/Visite is the rewards received by the implementing Ministry (specialist doctor) for services provided to patients in the framework of prevention, observation, consultation and treatment, medical rehabilitation and other related services at u. 33. Services Visite/consulting a general practitioner is the reward earned by implementing Service reply (general practitioner) for services provided to patients in the framework of prevention, observation, consultation and treatment, medical rehabilitation and other services at u 34. Nursing services are the Rewards received by top nurse workforce services rendered to patients during treatment. 35. Medical Service Intervention is the Rewards received by medical personnel/nurse in the medical action. 36. The services of Surgical Nurses is the Rewards received by top nurse workforce services rendered to patients during the Act of surgery. 37. The services of the means is the Rewards received by top Hospitals discharging facility, Hospital facilities, materials, medicines, chemicals and alt health consumables that are used directly in the frame of observation, diagnosis, treatment of d n rehab and non operating means of consumption. 38. The guarantor is instasi/institution/legal entities/responsible person as the top health care levy against someone that uses/gets services in hospitals. 39. The acceptance of the PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL of Raden Mattaher Jambi consists of two components, namely the acceptance of functional and non functional acceptance. 40. The acceptance of Functional Hospitals is acceptance y ng obtained in Exchange for the service of either the goods and services provided by the Regional Hospital of Raden Mattaher in carrying out its functions of serving the interests of the public or other Agencies. 41. non functional Acceptance is gained acceptance in Exchange for business/work units include: parking, rental means Hospital and the possibilities of other future ventures that are in the environment of the PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL of Raden Mattaher Jambi. 42. The materials and/or tools are medical tools and/or consumables in the form of medicines, chemicals, health and medical materials were used directly in the framework of prevention, observase, diagnosis, treatment and consultation, visite, medical rehabilitation and other related services. 43. Hospital beds are beds that are recorded and available in inpatient care. 44. Accommodation is the use of inpatient facilities including eating and drinking at the hospital. CHAPTER II the NAME, objects, SUBJECTS and the LEVY article 2 the name levy is charged for medical services. Article 3 (1) objects of retribution is the health services provided by hospitals.

5 (2) Exception object levy, among others, namely: registration, medical services, activities in order to stanch the Social Aid activities, and (3) the subject of retribution is a private person and/or entities who received health care services from the hospital. Article 4 Retibusi health services are classified as public services levy. CHAPTER III SCOPE of SERVICE of article 5 (1) a hospital is the referral centre of the whole of the existing health facilities in the province of Jambi. (2) Hospital Services include the following: a. Consultation; b. Outpatient; c. Hospitalization; d. Emergency Care; e. Rawat a day; f. Special Care (ICU/HCU/Insulation/Perinatoligi); g. Medical Services; h. medical support Services; i. the service of obstetrics and Gynaecology Ancillary Services j. Non Medical; Medical Rehabilitation Services k. & Mental; b. Special Consulting Services; m. Visite Doctor; n. Service Kefarmasian; o. Pemulasaran or care Bodies; Visum Et Repertum p.; q. medical examination; r. Nursing Services; s. Car Ambulance Service/Care Ambulance Unit/Hearse; t. Service drugs and Consumables; CHAPTER IV article 6 TREATMENT ROOMS CLASSIFICATION (1) the classification of the treatment rooms at the hospital set as follows: a. the Super VIP class; b. VIP class; c. the major class 1; d. class 2; e. class I;

6 f. class II; g. class III; h. special classes (ICU/HCU/Insulation/CVCU/Perinatologi). (2) the standardization of the room referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Governor's Decision chapter V PRINCIPLES and OBJECTIVES DETERMINATION of RETRIBUTION Part One General article 7 (1) Financing healthcare services are borne jointly by the Government and the community having regard to the financial ability of the area and the State of the economic community. l sosi (2) health care Levy was set to replace a portion of the cost of organizing the hospital. (3) the Levy calculated on the basis of health services unit of retribution of any kind of service and class of treatments. The second part of cooperation with the Guarantor article 8 health care Levies for the community that the payout is guaranteed by the guarantors or the Agency added 25% of the price of the ret plugs attached. Part three Tariff component of article 9 (1) a levy on health services in the hospital include the components of the Service, service facilities and consumables includes the following components: a. service means and consumables amounting to 56% b. services amounted to 44% (2) in the case of service subject to additional cyto by 25% of the services. Outpatient part four article 10 (1) Retribution Outpatient quantity expressed in outpatient health care rates and apply to one (1) visit. (2) Levy Outpatient as referred to in subsection (1) is the service of the hospital and outpatient clinic services intended and does not include medications, medical support, inspection actions and materials/tools. (3) the Levy, outpatient medical service examination, medical support, Radio Diagnostics, diagnostic elektromedik, Nutritional consultation Services as well as Medical Rehabilitation, paid separately by the patient in accordance with the tariff examination/action sejeni outpatients at least equal to the action or the like service on inpatients at grade II. (4) Outpatient Levy referred to in subsection (1) are listed in Appendix I is a part which is not an integral part of this regulation.

the fifth Part 7 Emergency Rawat article 11 (1) the magnitude of the emergency care services levy set a maximum of 2 x (two times) outpatient consultation rates. (2) medical services operative was set equal to the tariff act of operative similar medical of hospitalization rate class I plus 25%. (3) the tariff act of medical support and medical set of inpatient rate class II (two) as well as customized with kemampan patients. (4) the Act of Retribution at installation emergencies outside the attachment rate action in Emergency Care Installations adapted to similar acts of retribution for patients admitted and outpatient with the addition of 25%. (5) Emergency Care Levy referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) are listed in Annex I as an integral part of this regulation. The sixth Hospitalization article 12 (1) patients who need to be cared for inapkan can use ex. s treatment in room treatment at the hospital. (2) patients in the inpatient administration levy imposed. (3) the rooming Patients between the baby and the mother, infant hospitalization rates are charged 50% of the tariff where the mother was treated. (4) services together on the inpatient treatments, suits his Ministry calculated in accordance with the class of her treatment. (5) the Levy hospitalization referred to in subsection (1) and (2) are listed on Appendix II. Article 13 (1) patient care space, then treated In the Intensive Care Unit/ensive Coronary Care Unit/ICU/CVCU fare is matched with the rates of the Intensive Care Unit of/ICU. (2) patients who enter the ICU or the CVCU both from IRD/outpatient, then return home or dies then charge in accordance with the applicable tariff of the ICU. (3) the acts of Retribution in the ICU or CVCU outside of the Appendix t rif action on attachment III adapted to similar acts of retribution for patients admitted class I. (4) the Levy Hospitalization referred to in subsection (1) are listed in Annex III as an integral part of this regulation. The seventh part of a day Care Service of articles 14 (1) Tariff Rawat a day/One Day Care established in accordance with the applicable rate pattern, at the same lack of inpatient with class II (two). (2) actions taken on the day of service is the action on the outside and inside the operating room. (3) the magnitude of the day's Rawat Levy referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) are listed in Annex VII as an integral part of this regulation. The eighth section of the Medical Service of the Operative Article 15 (1) type of medical service of operative inside and outside the operating room are:


8 a. small; b. medium; c. large; d. Special; e. special package. (2) medical operative action service composed of Medical and service sa J Medical Operative Anaesthetic. (3) the action of a small operation with a general anaesthetic or lumbar, retribution rates added with 25% of the types of actions in annex IV (4) the magnitude of the medical and therapeutic action rates not planned (Cyto) set of actions planned tariff plus 25% services. (5) the magnitude of the Medical Service of the Levy referred to in subsection (1) are listed in Annex IV as an integral part of this regulation. Article 16 (1) the type of action the non operative medical (medical intervention) include the following: a. medical non operative actions; b. the non operative medical actions are; c. medical non operative actions; d. the non medical action special operative. (2) the price of the service action of non medical outpatient operative, at least on a par with retribution inpatient class II (two). (3) the magnitude of the levy operative on non medical actions referred to in subsection (1) are listed in Annex V as an integral part of this regulation. The ninth section of the medical support Services article 17 (1) medical support Services include the following: a. clinical pathology: 1. simple, 2-1, is 2 3. Advanced 1, advanced 2 4. Special 1, special 2, 3 b. Special Anatomic Pathology: 1. cytology; 2. histopalogi; 3. action; c. Radio Inspection Diagnostics: 1. non-contrast; 2. the contrast; 3. CT Scan without contrast.; 4. CT. Scan with contrast; 5. Ultrasound. d. examination of Diagnostic Elektromedik: (2) the magnitude of the Levy medical support Services sebagaim n referred to in subsection (1) are listed in Annex VI as an integral part of this regulation.

9 the tenth Part of nursing Actions of article 18 (1) types of Nursing Actions: a. small nursing actions; b. nursing actions are; c. large nursing actions; d. specific nursing actions. (2) the magnitude of the nursing Act of retribution as dim ksud on subsection (1) are listed in Annex VII as a part inseparable d ri this rule. The eleventh part of medical rehabilitation article 19 (1) type of medical rehabilitation service: a. medical rehabilitation services: 1. simple; 2. medium; 3. cutting edge. b. Ministry of orthotik/Prosthetic: 1. simple; 2. medium; 3. cutting edge. c. physical therapy services consists of physiotherapy, speech therapy, occupational. (2) the price of the outpatient medical rehabilitation services, at least the same as the rate charged for similar hospitalization class II (two). (3) the magnitude of medical rehabilitation levy referred to in subsection (1) are listed in Annex VIII part inseparable d ri this rule. CHAPTER VI service, REPLACEMENT drugs and BHP article 20 (1) substitute for drugs and BHP to hospitalization is assigned based on the number and types of drugs and drug prices. (2) unit price type of remedy referred to in subsection (1). set does not exceed the highest retail prices. (3) Procurement/drug use based on the national Essential Drugs List (DOEN) and formularium hospital. (4) the procurement of drugs outside the home and DOEN formularium Skit should be over approval of the Director. (5) the list of drugs and BHP in particular that can be provided by a hospital established by the Director. CHAPTER VII drugs and NUTRITIONAL CONSULTATION CONSULTATION clause 21 (1) Nutritional consultation Services and medicines carried out by experts. (2) consulting service of the Levy referred to in subsection (1) as indicated in Annex IX as an integral part of this regulation.

10 CHAPTER VIII VISUM ET REPERTUM PEMULASARAN and the first part of Pemulasaran Bodies section 22 (1) patients who died more than two hours not i mbil by his family, his remains were brought to the hospital by the Police, Prisons and the public is immediately put into a special space funerals. (2) treatment of bodies caused by specific causes and require special care Hospital committed to the interests of maids n environmental health and funeral preparation done specifically. (3) pemulasaran Service/care bodies include: a. Pemulasaran/corpse b. Conservation treatments (preserving bodies) c. mortem to obtain affidavits because k matian d. cadaver Storage e. Excavation of the bodies and autopsy (4) an unknown Corpse identitasya corpse treatment levy thus charged to the hospital and/or other relevant Social Agencies. (5) the Levy pemulasaran/treatment of bodies assigned as listed in Annex X as an integral part of this regulation. The second part of Visum Et Repertum Article 23 (1) the making of visum et repertum is done at the request of Police Investigators. (2) the making of visum et repertum no insurer does, then the levy charged on the GRANT budget. (3) the Levy pemulasaran/treatment of bodies assigned as listed in Annex X as an integral part of this regulation. CHAPTER IX SERVICE CAR AMBULANCES, AMBULANCE EMERGENCY/SPECIAL CARS and HEARSE section 24 (1) car ambulance including ambulance car special/emergency provided for pegangkutan. : a. the sick person or the person who got the accident b. women maternity c. medical or paramedical personnel in the task of medical service/care d. medical and health officer, or paramedik in a particular activity. (2) a hearse provided specifically for the purposes of transporting the bodies from the place in question to the hospital or otherwise. (3) the magnitude of the rate of usage outside of the City set on the basis of the use of the distance is calculated per Km from the hospital as listed in annex Perturan to this region. (4) the magnitude of the price of the special emergency ambulance (118)/ambulance care unit as listed in Annex XI part that does not erpisahkan of this regulation.

11 CHAPTER X HEALTH TESTING and EXAMINATION of article 25 (1) Examinations of health pegujian includes the following: a. medical examination upon a person who requires a Certificate of health and not color blind b. General Medical Cheek Up the type and range of pemeriksaanya in accordance with the request. (2) the certificate referred to in subsection (1) to civil servants held in accordance with the applicable provisions. (3) the magnitude of the health examination and testing of the levy referred to in subsection (1) are listed in Annex XII as an integral part of this regulation. CHAPTER XI HEALTH SERVICES for the PATIENT PARTICIPANTS of PT. ASKES INDONESIA Article 26 (1) Patient participants PT. ASKES Indonesia who are sick and in need of inpatient, outpatient and ancillary inspection, then utilize the facilities one level above its due and or utilizing more of the type of health services guaranteed by PT ASKES a question should then pay the difference between the price of the ret plugs to be paid with the amount of the claim paid bills/PT. Askes. (2) a package of health services is not guaranteed by PT ASKES charged to the patient participants ASKES. (3) the difference between the price of the inpatient, outpatient and ancillary examination as listed in the annex to the regulation of this area with rates/levy referred to in Letter Decision together (LCS) charged to participants ASKES (Cost Sharing). CHAPTER XII LIGHTENING and EXEMPTION LEVY article 27 (1) a levy on health services as listed in Annex I up to XII can be granted waivers or exemptions towards: a. patients who do not/less able and abandoned; b. patients exposed to disease outbreaks and unusual (the OUTBREAK) in accordance with the applicable legislation. c. relief or exemption referred to in subsection (1), compulsory surrender the Certificate or proof in accordance with regulation pe u dang-invitation. (2) Relief or exemption referred to in subsection (1) may be given on consideration of a major Director. CHAPTER XIII the VOTING PROCEDURES of article 28 (1) Tariff cannot be diborongkan. (2) any voting/acceptance levy was given a receipt/proof of payment. (3) the results of the poll/acceptance of retribution in hospital health care entirely Cash deposited to Jambi Region each weekday.


12. CHAPTER XIV HOSPITAL ADMISSION MANAGEMENT of Article 29 (1) the acceptance of functional and non-functional entirely Cash deposited to the area of Jambi, every working day. (2) the beginning of each fiscal year President submits the budget work plan (RKA) or another name up recana acceptance and use of the service fee of the means, services as well as the materials and tools to the Governor with the proportion as follows: a. operational and Maintenance Costs by 50% b. human resource development costs by 5% c. fee for services amounted to 44% d. Management coaching activities Fee of 1% (3) Receipt referred to in subsection (1) is used by HOSPITALS, Raden Mattaher in accordance with the proportion as referred to in paragraph (2) set out in the GRANT year runs. (4) Receipt as referred to paragraph (2) Letter c is managed by the Director of the aim to improve services and welfare officer of the hospital, for service with the proportions of the Division is governed by a joint team of the President Director. (5) acceptance for the development of HUMAN RESOURCES is maintained by Direktu. (6) in the case of operational financing and construction of an inadequate Hospital reception of Raden Mataher Jambi PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL, be solved by local governments over the proposed Director. CHAPTER XV the CONSTRUCTION of article 30 (1) in the framework of the construction of the hospital was conducted by a team of builders of the Area defined by the decision of the Governor. (2) the Builder Team referred to subsection (1) serve to oversee, coordinate and implement the construction of the implementation of CHAPTER XVI Hospital ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTIES article 31 in terms of compulsory levy could not pay off or there is time da tepa shortage in the payment of administrative penalties in the form of an interest rate of 2% (two perseratus) every month from the levy owed. CHAPTER XVII COVER Article 32 (1) with the enactment of the regulations in this Area, then the regulations of level I of the Jambi Region no. 10 of 2001 about the costs of health care services and Hospital Area pad Raden Mattaher Jambi, revoked and declared no longer valid. (2) things haven't quite set in the regulation of this area is all about practice, governed more by Regulation 13 of article 33 of the regulation the Governor of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the piece area of Jambi province. Established in Jambi on January 23, 2008 the GOVERNOR of JAMBI, h. ZULKIFLI NURDIN of the promulgation in Jambi on 23 January 2008 Plt. SECRETARY of the REGIONAL GOVERNMENT of the PROVINCE of JAMBI, the Assistant to A.M. EDEN JAMBI REGION GAZETTE in 2009 NUMBER 1 14 EXPLANATION for APPLICABLE LOCAL JAMBI PROVINCE number: 1 of 2008 T E N T A N G HEALTH CARE LEVY on a REGIONAL GENERAL HOSPITAL of RADEN MATAHER JAMBI i. GENERAL in an attempt to realize the degree of public health must be the better y ng done in a purposeful and concerted and continuous efforts, its original focus on health to healing efforts gradually developing ra sufferers sec alignment efforts towards comprehensive health. OLE health development policy therefore concerns the efforts of promotif, preventive, curative and rehabilitative programmes should be implemented in an integrated and sustained by Government and society. Success in various areas of development and progress of science and technology has impacted against the extent of the community's wellbeing and awareness of healthy living in the province of Jambi. Regional General Hospital of Raden Mataher Jambi one unit technical implementation in the field of health directly got tant ngan and heavy duty either from the Government or from the community is required to provide service and afford health care in plenary. To answer the challenge question will affect the health budget needs improvement, human resources, means and the appropriate standard prasaran, one that will be accomplished is conducting a review of the regional province of Jambi Regulations No. 10 of 2001 concerning Tariff levy on health services at the Regional Hospital of Raden Mataher Jambi. In order to review the rate aforesaid need Perda realized that the adjustment costs of health services and care that aim to encourage the acceleration of improvements to the quality of service standard so that the social function of dapamenjalani Hospital especially for the community and the hospital can grow and thrive. The hospital maintained top management will certainly require operational guidelines Yes g no little will grow steadily after the progress and community requests for funding coming from the Central and local government subsidies also come from the communities served and cared for in the hospital. II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 article 2 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 3 sufficiently clear article 4 Article 5 sufficiently clear paragraph (1) is quite clear 15 paragraph (2) letter a Consulting is a consulting physician to the public or to a specialist, and other experts the letter b is quite clear the letter c quite clearly the letter d is quite Obviously the letter e is quite Obviously the letter f Special Care (ICU/HCU/Insulation/CVCU/Perinatologi) is a service that requires special treatment to avoid death because Kur ngnya assistance, equipment and the transmission of the disease to others the letter g Medical Service is a service that is made directly to the patient h medical support Services are services that support the enforcement of diagnostic Letters i quite clearly the letter j Letter k is quite clear clear enough the letter l is quite obviously the letter m Visite doctor is doctor visits to examine patients in inpatient space letter n Kefarmasian Ministries is a Ministry of the sump and/or provision of health equipment letter p letter q is quite clear The Medical Examination. Is a medical examination conducted by a medical doctor to someone to find out the degree of health. Letter r Service Nursing Service is conducted by nurses to the patient. Letter s Car Ambulance Service/Care Ambulance Unit/Hearse. The Ministry is using 16 t ambulance service of drugs and consumables. ádala implementation of distributing medicines and consumables in hospitals. The letter u is the education and training Ministry hospitals as a place of education for students, students who want to practice the knowledge gained at the College/School article 6 sufficiently clear article 7 article 8 quite clear clear enough article 9 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) in the case of service subject to additional cyto by 25% from 44% of the service price of article 10 article 11 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 12 Article 13 is quite clear clear enough Article 14 Article quite clear 15 sufficiently clear article 16 Article 17 is pretty clear pretty clear Pasal18 clear enough article 19 article 20 clearly quite clear enough Article 21 Article 22 17 pretty clear pretty obvious Article 23 is quite clear Article 24 Article 25 is quite clear clear enough Article 26 article 27 quite clear clear enough Article 28 Article 29 clearly enough sufficiently clear article 30 article 31 clearly quite clear enough Article 32 Article 33 is quite clear enough ADDITIONAL clear SHEET REGION JAMBI NOMOR 1

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