Document Type : Research Article
This article aims to review the ease of business licensing policy through the online system in health sector as a follow-up to the Online Single Submission (OSS) service policy intended to facilitate entrepreneurs’ legality. Licensing in the health sector is designedto protect for the public in obtaining safe, high quality, and affordable health services.Therefore,its existenceis an instrument to achieve health development and the third goal of the Sustainable Development Goals, namely health and well-being and the prevention of health services that could harm the community. Based on a literature review, licensing services through the OSS application is a policy that accelerates licensing services, which havebeen considered long and expensive.Yet,the implementation of online licensing services still raises legal issues,including not meeting the legal certainty, accuracy, and openness principles.Therefore, the potential of having permission for health services doesnot guarantee the availability of safe, high quality, and affordable health services. This article’s discussionwas written through a conceptual analysis of licensing and health servicesthat analyzethe laws and regulations in the field of health services licensing.