GEDCOM 5.5.1 does not specify in so many words how to enter things like cemeteries (burials) and hospitals (birth). But it hints in one of its examples that the correct way would be in the PLAC tag.
2 PLAC Spring Hill Cem., Stamford, CT
I would concur with this example even if the hint was not provided because I understand the term “jurisdiction” to represent “authority” or that the entity maintains some control over the content of the place. Therefore a hospital or cemetery would fit that bill. Maybe churches and other religious location as well since they maintain baptismal, marriage and other religiously related events. There may be others places that fit this definition as well.
Since I also use the PLAC tag as a key to my mapping program I take this a step farther to also identify street addresses for homes and other places to document a location of an event. This extension is my use model and is not a GEDCOM encouraged addition, BUT, cemeteries, hospital and religious entities would be ok as I see by looking at the code hint.
Since RM Publisher can provide a “list of places”, I would think that this list would make more sense if it was more granular for places like hospitals, churches, cemeteries and farm names (in Norway we name our farms and many stay in the family for several hundred years) so I could identify family and non-family born or dying at a farm rather that in the county where 100 farms exist and a family member could have died at a farm they worked at “down the fjord a way.” Or a spouse could have come from a neighboring farm.