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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Corporate Social Responsibility In The Health Sector For Papua Indonesia

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Otniel Safkaur



Conceptual Model, Corporate Social Responsibility, Health Sector, Papua



This research aims to investigate Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) issues in the case of health sector in Papua province, Indonesia. With particular focus on the importance of CSR, the main objective of research is to construct a conceptual model of CSR comprehensively describing essential aspects of CSR relevant to the context of health sector for Papua. The CSR issues addressed in this research will integrate economic and social concerns which place ethical and discretionary expectation into a rational economic and legal framework. The model presented will articulate key aspects in the conceptual framework of CSR developed by Carroll’s pyramid of CSR taking into consideration the social issues involved in the health sector. The research found that the medical workers except nurse, health care coverage and facilities in Papua show unfavorable conditions. In addition to this condition, the finance issue has then influenced organizations’effort to meet the health needs of people. Despite all maximum services, customer satisfaction and profitability are not being met. The organizations have shown ethical conduct and obeyed all law and regulation in delivering the health service, however, the ability to meet all different varieties of expectations of the society is difficult to meet.



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