Doctor’s Legal Liability Against Consultation Via Online if a Patient Experiences Loss
Keywords:Legal Liability, Online-Based Medical Services,Medical Record
Health is need of every human being in living his/her life. Health is also crucial because without good
health, it will be difficult for every human being to carry out his/her daily activities. Entering an era of
rapid development, the world is faced with the emergence of new technologies in the medical field that
allow doctors to practice in a virtual space. To analyze the legal basis of online medical services as well as
to analyze the legal liability of doctors in providing online medical services if a patient experiences loss.
Until now, there have been no detailed regulations regarding online-based medical services, both in statutory
provisions and in the provisions of the medical code of ethics. Law Number 36 of 2009 concerning Health
and Law Number 29 of 2004 concerning Medical Practice so far have not been used as a reference for the
administration of medical practice using online-based medical services. Furthermore, Law Number 11 of
2008 concerning Electronic Information and Transactions also cannot be used as a reference.
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