PhD Scientific Days 2022

Budapest, 6-7 July 2022

Health Sciences (Poster discussion will take place in the Aula during the Coffee Break)

Obligation to judge, informed consent during health care

dr. Őri Adrienn lawyer

Text of the abstract

Obligation to judge, informed consent during health care

Introduction
Medicine has undergone significant development in recent decades. This development has significantly increased the number of healthcare benefits available, including the number of healthcare services. At the same time, the number of damages resulting from it and related litigation has increased in parallel. Stakeholders became more and more aware of their illness and began to inquire about illness and intervention and examinations. Initially, the injured patients have also found their claims for compensation for the treatment - treatment or diagnostic defects - but due to the difficulty of proof, the damage to the inadequate or missing patient information has come to the fore.

Aims
The most important objective of this lecture is to explore the relevant legal background and change of the issue, in parallel with judicial practice and the results of available surveys and reports.

Method
Systematic document analysis of health legal norms and surveys related to the topic.

Results
According to current data, nearly half of the litigation litigation is based on incorrect information. Almost 25 years have passed and is still not in force to fulfill the legal obligation by the health care provider. Surveys on the topic prove that most patients require information. I would like to know what happens to them in various therapeutic and diagnostic interventions, what possible complications they have to count, or the consequences of the lack of justified interventions. They also want to get data recorded on their illness and care.

Conclusions
Act CLIV of 1997 on Health Care. The basic thesis of the Act is that the right to information and self -determination is a fundamental human right. While the liability for compensation is based on itself that the patient does not provide adequate information on the possibility of complication damage. (EBH 2000. 2000.) As a result, the main objective of my niche scientific research is to show that the number of complaints to a healthcare provider arising from the violation of the right to information has been increasing in the last ten years, despite the fact that the content of the relevant legislation has not changed.