Legal Protection Against Patients Due to Malpractice

Prima Putra, Ikhsan Yusda (2017) Legal Protection Against Patients Due to Malpractice. Journal of humanities and cultures studies R&D, - (-). pp. 1-13. ISSN -


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Abstract: The emergence of malpractice began in the patient-physician relationship. These relationships that provide the presence of fundamental rights and obligations between the parties. In the transaction therapeutic doctors must use intelligence and its science in the treatment of a patient and the patient's obligation to pay the fee and so on. Their negligence of doctors due to the relationship that has occurred can cause harm patients. Changes in values that took place in the community will lead to conflicts of interest that does not result in a person will act rarely deviate from the norms that have been there before. Code of Medical Ethics is the embodiment of moral values that apply to the medical profession, which until now tried to keep the glory and honor of the medical profession. Transactions between doctor and patient rights and obligations are reciprocal, and if the rights and duties are not met by one of the main parties have agreed to hold the deal, it was natural if the party who feels aggrieved perform action lawsuit. So lately many problems arise that lead to allegations of malpractice to the medical profession. As end users of the service, so patients are consumers who use health services. Because of customer concerns all individuals, then the consumer has the right to legal protection, both Human Rights and the European Economic Community has discovered the existence of the essential rights of the consumer. Keywords: Doctor-Patient, Therapeutic Transactions, Malpractice, Legal Protection.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:C Social Sciences > CJ Social history and conditions. Social problems. Social reform
Divisions:Jurusan Teknologi Informasi > Prog.Studi Manajemen Informatika-D3 > Journal, Proceeding
ID Code:4385
Deposited By:Mr. OP Repo-1 Puskom
Deposited On:14 Feb 2019 07:42
Last Modified:31 May 2019 10:35

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