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Jurnal Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia
ISSN : 27764753     EISSN : 2776477X     DOI : https://doi.org/10.53337/jhki.v1i01
Jurnal Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia dibentuk berdasarkan Hasil Rapat DPP Masyarakat Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia (MHKI) pada tanggal 01 Oktober 2020, dan disahkan pada tanggal 08 Oktober 2020 Sesuai dengan SK Dewan Pengurus Pusat Masyarakat Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia dengan Nomor: 27/A/DPP/-MHKI/X2020 tentang Dewan Redaksi Adapun nama tersebut adalah Jurnal Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia, merupakan sarana pengembangan ilmu pengetahuan di bidang Hukum Kesehatan melalui penerbitan karya tulis berbasis hasil penelitian. Jurnal Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia, adalah Jurnal Ilmiah berkala yang diterbitkan oleh Masyarakat Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia (MHKI), sebanyak 2 (dua) kali dalam setahun yaitu pada bulan April, dan Oktober, Jurnal Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia sudah memiliki P-ISSN 2776-4753 (cetak), dan E-ISSN 2776-477X (online), Edisi mulai berlaku adalah Volume 1, Nomor. 1, April 2021. Jurnal Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia, memiliki visi menjadi Jurnal Ilmiah yang berstandar Nasional dan International dalam menyebarluaskan dan mengembangkan hasil pemikiran di bidang Hukum Kesehatan. Jurnal Hukum Kesehatan Indonesia, memiliki Focus and Scope di bidang Hukum Kesehatan.
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PERLINDUNGAN HUKUM PASIEN DALAM LAYANAN KONSULTASI KESEHATAN ONLINE Rani Tiyas Budiyanti; Penggalih Mahardika Herlambang
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 01 (2021): Volume 01, Nomor 01, April 2021
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Online medical consultation or often known as teleconsultation is part of telemedicine. The technology began to develop in Indonesia in line with the development of information technology. Flexibility of time, lower consultation costs, wide coverage, and improved health services are the benefits gained from implementing the technology. Nevertheless, the implementation of online medical consultation has potency to create ethical and legal issues in Indonesia such as legality of healthcare, legality of practice licenses, therapeutic transactions, and the issue of confidentiality and security of patient data. Indonesia does not yet have a specific regulation on the implementation of online doctor consultations. Regulations are required for the implementation of online medical consultation so that not to conflict with ethics and law. In addition, information technology in the health sector should be developed to support the implementation of online medical consultation services.
TINJAUAN MEDIKOLEGAL TERHADAPPERBUATAN GRATIFIKASI SPONSORSHIP OLEH PERUSAHAAN FARMASI Trini Handayani
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 01 (2021): Volume 01, Nomor 01, April 2021
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Medicolegal is a medical service that refers to positive law. Doctors must comply with the Indonesian Medical Code of Ethics, Medical Discipline and Laws and Regulations related to medical services. One of the medicolegal violations is bribery gratification. The doctor gives a bribe gratuity after receiving sponsorship from a pharmaceutical company that is linked to the sales target of the pharmaceutical product. A gratification is a form of corruption, which is considered a bribe if there is a transactional reward (marketing fee) and is against the obligation. Pharmaceutical companies are not allowed to provide sales targets for their products related to the sponsorship. This sponsorship is not permitted in the form of money, but in the form of accommodation and registration of scientific activities in the context of improving knowledge or skills in medical action. The research method was carried out by interviewing and observing the pharmaceutical companies and practising doctors. As a result, there were frequent instances of graft cases indicated by bribes, both those offered by pharmaceutical companies and those requested by doctors. So far, there has been no sanction imposed on doctors who commit irregularities in a case of gratification.
Aspek Hukum Penolakan Protokol Kesehatan di Era Pandemi COVID-19 Mahesa Paranadipa Maikel
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 01 (2021): Volume 01, Nomor 01, April 2021
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Informed consent can be a form of communication between doctors and patients or the patient's family. Apart from Informed consent, there are also other patient statements, namely "Refusal of Medical Action" or "Informed Refusal". In the COVID-19 pandemic situation, patients and families often reject procedures in health facilities. Article 56 of Law Number 36 of 2009 concerning Health states that a person does not have the right to accept or reject part or all of the assistance measures given to him/her for sufferers of a disease whose disease can quickly spread to the broader community. Refusal of health protocols in a pandemic situation can potentially result in criminal sanctions in some laws and the Criminal Code.
ETIKOLEGAL HAK MENOLAK PERAWATAN PADA MASA PANDEMI: PERTENTANGAN HAK INDIVIDU DAN MASYARAKAT Hari Pudjo Nugroho
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 01 (2021): Volume 01, Nomor 01, April 2021
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During the Covid-19 pandemic, where transmission is effortless to transmit between humans, the patient's right to accept or refuse part or all of the treatment or treatment for himself is abolished because it is to protect the rights of others and the community so as not to become infected by these patients. The patient's right to participate is excluded if the patient is suffering from a disease categorized as fast-spreading. The patient is in a condition of incapability to make decisions. The patient's participatory right to refuse or accept part or all of the treatment to be given to him or her forms the basis of other rights provided for by law. The patient's participatory right does not eliminate the patient's responsibility not to transmit the disease to others. The burden of this patient has been regulated in the existing laws and regulations, even up to maximum remedial punishment. Statute approach and conceptual-eclectic (conceptual approach) to Law Number 36 of 2009 concerning Health regarding the norms of preventing the transmission of disease outbreaks.  To further provide a critical note for normalization and implementation of the law, which is expected to provide justice for the legal interests of individuals and society.
PERTANGGUNGJAWABAN HUKUM DOKTER ATAS KESALAHAN DALAM MENDIAGNOSIS DALAM PELAYANAN MEDIS DI RUMAH SAKIT Budiarsih Budiarsih
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 01 (2021): Volume 01, Nomor 01, April 2021
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Increasing technological innovation today continues to experience unstoppable developments. Likewise, in the world of health, this is in line with the paradigm of people's lifestyle that tries to get it in instant ways that have direct implications for the condition of the people's immune system. The lifestyle of society which has undergone drastic changes and has an impact on the community's immune system, has resulted in the potential for the district to experience an unacceptable condition which has made the development of medical solutions in the medical world experience extraordinary stories, in line with the actions to be taken by doctors. The focus of research is on how is the legal responsibility of doctors for in-hospital misdiagnosis services. The methods used in this research are normative jurisprudence and literature review approaches. The results of the study found that the responsibility of a doctor who has full access and control of the medical service process towards ethically accountable patients is presented to the Honorary Medical Ethics Council (MKEK) and in a broader context, the victim's family who feels harmed by all the actions taken by the doctor can take legal action both civil and criminal.
RESTORATIVE JUSTICE BAGI TERPIDANA PEMAKAI NARKOTIKA GOLONGAN 1 Rospita Adelina Siregar; Lila Pitri Widi Hastuti
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 01 (2021): Volume 01, Nomor 01, April 2021
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Restorative Justice for convicted users of Narcotics class 1 is a normative juridical study that examines the results of decision No.111 / Pid. Sus / 2017 / PN Sag, with an emphasis on the problem of prison sentences determined based on evidence, the defendant violated Article 111 paragraph 2 of Law number 35 In 2009 concerning Class 1 Narcotics, the judge sentenced the defendant to a sentence of 8 months in prison and a fine of Rp. 1 billion. The defendant's confession that marijuana leaves were used as a treatment for his wife, who had been paralyzed for three years, was often in shock due to suffering from syringomyelia. Sentencing imprisonment for class 1 Narcotics users is seen as not causing a deterrent effect and even creates new problems, namely overcapacity in prisons/detention centres. For example, in the DKI Jakarta Regional Office, the capacity of prisons/detention centres is 319%. It is time to apply Restorative Justice and leave retributive Justice as a reform of criminal law to solve cases of misuse of Narcotics class 1.

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