THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN FULFILLING THE RIGHTS TO HEALTH SERVICES FOR CITIZENS THROUGH BPJS KESEHATAN
This study examines the role of government in fulfilling the rights to health services for citizens through BPJS Kesehatan. The background of this study is that on one hand, the Constitution requires the fulfillment of human rights in the health services, namely the right to health services, while on the other hand, they have not been fully fulfilled, especially for the poor. The problem in this research is the extent to which the role of government to fulfill the rights to health services through BPJS Kesehatan for Indonesian citizen and whether the factors hampering the implementation of BPJS Kesehatan for the citizens. This research was done in Jakarta. This research used socio legal approach. The research findings are the role of the government to realize the rights to health services through BPJS Kesehatan for Indonesian Citizens. Factors inhibiting the implementation of BPJS Kesehatan for the people, such as, the problem of high cost of health services and drugs, membership, complexity, service quality, referral, public awareness campign of BPJS Program, and Jamkesmas are not covered in BPJS participants.