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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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ANALISIS PELANGGARAN APOTEKER DI RUMAH SAKIT PADA KASUS ADMINISTRASI ERROR BERUJUNG PIDANA I Gusti Ayu Dhea Arlitadelina; Anggraeni Endah Kusumaningrum
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 02 (2021): Oktober
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Medication Error described as a sequence of events or cases that cause failure in the treatment process or therapeutic process that has the ability to threaten the patient in the treatment process. In Indonesia, there are numerous cases of Medication Errors, particularly in hospitalization, Fatal Incidences related to the use of drugs (Medication Errors) as many as twenty-six percent of incidents (26%) and of all these incidents, ME most frequently occurs in Administration phase 81.32%. The objective of this study is to determine the criminal sanctions in the case of Medication Error. The research method that is used in the research is normative method with a written rule of law approach. Primary materials include written legal rules, the secondary legal basic materials include journals or articles and tertiary materials related to the development of cases that are discussed and combined with perspectives from the researcher's point of view. ME cases can be resolved by Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number Thirty Six of 2014 concerning Health Workers, Criminal Provisions Article 84 Part A or B depending on the severity of the case.
KEPASTIAN HUKUM TENAGA KEFARMASIAN DALAM MENYELENGGARAKAN PELAYANAN KEFARMASIAN Muhammad Ikhsan; Sabda Wahab
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Legal certainty for pharmaceutical staff is needed for legal protection, fulfillment of the rights of pharmaceutical workers and the fulfillment of patient rights in obtaining maximum pharmaceutical services. The purpose of this study was to determine the position and legal certainty of pharmacists in pharmaceutical services. This research is normative legal research with astatute approach with a qualitative research design. The results of the study indicate that pharmaceutical personnel have a position. The regulation of pharmaceutical services to date has not been in accordance with the principle of legal certainty. This is due to the finding of statutory provisions that allow health workers other than pharmaceutical personnel to provide pharmaceutical services, including: Article 35 paragraph (1) of Law no. 29 of 2004 concerning Medical Practice, Article 30 paragraph (1) letter j of Law no. 38 of 2014 concerning Nursing, Article 21 paragraph (1) PMK No. 9 of 2014 concerning Clinics and Article 1 of PMK No. 26 of 2020 concerning Amendments to the Regulation of the Minister of Health Number 74 of 2016 concerning Standards for Pharmaceutical Services at Health Centers.
MEDIASI SEBAGAI KOMUNIKASI HUKUM DALAM PENYELESAIAN SENGKETA MEDIK ANTARA DOKTER DAN PASIEN Muhammad Andriady Saidi Nasution; Beni Satria; Irwan Jasa Tarigan
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The legal relationship between doctors and patients is essentially a relationship that needs each other and is based on trust, but along the way, it is not impossible to end up in a medical dispute. The emergence of disputes that occur between doctors and patients is more often due to weaknesses in building effective communication which results in conflict between doctors and patients. The emergence of a conflict that leads to a dispute does not need to occur if both parties understand their position and position both from a medical and legal perspective through a good communication network, mutual respect and mutual trust. And if finally there is a medical dispute between the two parties, both doctors and patients, legal communication should be put forward such as mediation to resolve medical disputes that occur. Thus, mediation as legal communication in the resolution of medical disputes requires effective communication efforts by optimizing the value of a win-win solution between the disputing parties, both from the doctor and the patient, in achieving the goal of resolving medical disputes, especially outside the court (non-litigation mediation).
E-HEALTH PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION IN INDONESIA Hendra Hendra; Ravel Ravel; Novel Firdhaus; Michael Ari Kurniawan; Gilbert Platina
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 02 (2021): Oktober
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Since Covid-19 day by day users additional attentive to their privacy and information protection. though this drawback is transverse to each digital service, it's particularly relevant once important and private info is managed, as in eHealth and well-being services. throughout the last years, many alternative innovative services during this space are projected. However, information management challenges area unit still in would like of an answer. In general, information area unit directly sent to services however no trustworthy instruments to recover this information or take away them from services area unit obtainable. In these paper author needs to debate privacy aspects of non-public information within the eHealth program and the way Indonesia regulate Privacy and protection of patient’s personal information in Indonesia. the strategy used is normative juridical approach with descriptive analytical specifications. the method of knowledge assortment is finished through literature.
TINJAUAN PERBANDINGAN PENYELENGGARAAN TELEMEDICINE ANTARA INDONESIA DAN AMERIKA SERIKAT Wahyu Andrianto; Atika Rizka Fajrina
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Nowadays, the use of telemedicine is growing due to the existence of the Covid-19 pandemic, Indonesia is no exception. Even so, the United States had implemented telemedicine long before the Covid-19 pandemic struck. The United States as a superpower country is far more advanced in implementing telemedicine, in terms of technology and regulations. Therefore, this study aims to determine the implementation of telemedicine in the United States so that a new concept can be obtained that can be applied in Indonesia, considering that telemedicine has a major role in modern health services. The form of research used in this study is a normative juridical form and is a descriptive type of research. The most striking difference from the comparison results is the existence of guidelines prepared by the ATA in each health sector. Meanwhile, in Indonesia regulations regarding telemedicine is considered new. However, the existence of guidelines per health sector is important to improve the quality of health service delivery, make it easier for doctors to provide health services, create more trust, standardize the implementation, and also as a form of fulfilling the right to health according to the Constitution.
Pasien: Konsumen Yang Unik Thalia Prameswari; Wahyu Andrianto
Jurnal MHKI Vol 1 No 02 (2021): Oktober
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April 20th is celebrated as National Consumer Day, while World Patient Safety Day is celebrated every September 17th. The two commemoration days prove that consumers and patients have a fundamental position, both sociologically and legally. In Indonesia, there are several laws and regulations that provide legal protection for patients. One of them is the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 8 of 1999 concerning Consumer Protection. However, the question arises regarding whether the patient is a consumer as referred to in the Consumer Protection Act. This is certainly interesting to analyze so that the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 8 of 1999 concerning Consumer Protection can provide legal benefits, especially regarding legal protection for patients as consumers.

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