Proceedings of the Youth International Conference for Global Health 2022 (YICGH 2022)

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Peer-Review Statements

Sunny Ummul Firdaus, Waluyo, Erna Yuliandari, Adji Suwandono, Dona Budi Kharisma
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A Diplomatic Approach to Global Cooperation on Covid-19 Lockdown

Nurdina Tamelia, Sunny Ummul Firdaus, Najib Satria
In 2020 the world is facing a global COVID-19 pandemic and the biggest health crisis since World War 2. To overcome the spread of the epidemic, almost the whole world has implemented a “lockdown” policy or the closure of countries or cities from migration, including restrictions on the entry of goods...
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The Urgency of Applying the Information and Electronic Technology Law in the Case of the Spread of the Covid-19 Pandemic Hoax in Indonesia

Florisya Luqyana Rencan, M. Herzegovin Laxamana
The industrial revolution 4.0 has an impact on legal, governance, and social justice events. The era of digitalization 4.0 has caused changes in most sectors of human life, especially the economic and technology sectors. The Data and Electronic Transaction Law, abbreviated as the ITE Law, must be able...
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Regulations of Personal Data Privacy in PeduliLindungi Application

Zhaudiva Azzahra Putri, Lobes Herdiman
The purpose of this study is to determine the privacy policy for personal data in the PeduliLindungi application. This is because users of the application need to register for an account, which automatically includes personal information. In practice, while it must overlap with the protection of personal...
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Legal Protection Model on Poor Health Services Policy

Bayu Aji Prasetyo, Ardhani Endriaswari
National development is a strategic means to improve the welfare of the community, which is essentially directed at forming a complete human being, namely to build the welfare of the Indonesian people as a whole. Concerns in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) about the poor and most vulnerable not...
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The Role of Informed Consent in Therapeutic Transactions

Pirnawati, Sunny Ummul Firdaus, M. Alief Hidayat
The 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia (UUD 1945) in Article 28H stipulates that health is a right for every individual and all citizens are entitled to health services. In an effort to obtain health services or treatment, someone hereinafter referred to as the patient will be faced with...
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The Influence of Policies Related to Health Service Management on the Service Quality of a Hospital

Annisa Kusuma Rahmani, Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati
The hospital is one of the public facilities engaged in health services. In carrying out service activities to the community, of course it must be based on good management policies. With good management arrangements in a hospital, it will also have a good influence on the sustainability of a hospital....
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Multilateral Policy Coordinated in Order to Facing Global Pandemic of Covid-19

Fanisa Luthfia Putri Erwanti
The Covid-19 pandemic outbreak has hit various parts of the world and this has caused limited activities and has an impact on the life sector. To date, data from JHU CSSE COVID-19555 million positive cases of Covid-19 have been confirmed in the world and the death toll is 6.35 million. These figures...
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Vaccine Procurement Policy and Financing Strategies in the Framework of 2019 Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) Pandemic

Ika Sawitri, Noor Shazreen Mortadza
The spread of Covid-19 has had a huge impact. Vaccination efforts are an effective step to reduce transmission rates. The finding of the study indicates the procurement of vaccines based on Presidential Regulation Number 99 of 2020 for Covid-19 Control is carried out by providing Covid-19 vaccines, and...
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The Urgency of Universal Health Coverage Policy for the Implementation of Public Health Services During the Covid-19 Pandemic

S. Dhike Putri, Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati
Health services are a basic need that is included in the Mandatory Government Affairs relating to Basic Services. Hospitals, puskesmas or similar institutions carry out health services as a form of interpretation of the duties and authorities of local governments. With the supervision process, the implementation...
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Cooperation World Health Organization Member in Handling Covid-19

Rahayu Subekti, Afifah Diva Aramitha Suprayoga, Lionie Natasha Violie
Covid-19 is an outbreak that originated in China, more precisely in Wuhan. At the end of 2019, China reported the discovery of a new disease outbreak, namely the coronavirus, which spread rapidly to various countries. So on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared this disease is...
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Legal Certainty as a Form of Assurance of the Rights to Health Services for People Affected by the COVID-19 Virus in the Context of Protecting Human Rights

Aurelia Neyshanda Dascha Wibawa, Sunny Ummul Firdaus
The purpose of writing this article is to find out the extent of the government’s responsibility in health services for people who are sprawled by the Covid-19 virus in the context of protecting Human Rights and to find out how health services are like people who are sprawled by the Covid-19 virus in...
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The Development of New Technology Related to Health Information and Communication During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Kartika Louysa, Maria Madalina, F. Abdusyahid Naufal
The Covid-19 pandemic is a health problem for the entire world and occurs in both developed and developing countries such as Indonesia. The government plays an active role in carrying out prevention and control efforts. Information technology has been used to monitor pandemics, detect, carry out early...
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Government Responsibility and Challenges in Improving the Quality of Health Services Management

Tasyafrila Alifah Maudy, Muhamad Alief Hidayat, Rachma Indriyani
As a highly populated country, Indonesia has inevitably started to face challenges in health service management. On the other hand, the government has the responsibility to handle this issue well to support its goal of people’s well-being. Especially with the development of diseases that continue to...
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Indonesian Policies and Services Facing the Covid-19 Pandemic

Annisa Dewi Mirnasari, Winarno Budyatmojo
The Covid-19 pandemic is a contagious epidemic that has become a global problem. The cause of this pandemic is the spread of the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19). The first positive case in Indonesia was when two Indonesian citizens were infected by a Japanese citizen in 2019. The pandemic began...
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Medical Waste Management During Pandemic Covid-19 in Indonesia

Rahayu Subekti, Kurnia Maudina Yuniati, Lionie Natasha Violie
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2. This virus can infect millions of people around the world in a short time. The rules for using masks impact the increasing mask waste, whose management is still not under the rules. Mask waste that is not managed properly will...
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ASEAN Countries (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Collaborate in the Fight Against the Covid-19 Outbreak

Nana Naharunna, Sunny Ummul Firdaus
The emergence of the rapidly spreading Covid-19 disaster has led to uncontrolled deaths. Therefore, to deal with the epidemic, especially in the ASEAN region, it is necessary to have a strategy not to spread the disease. A prepared disaster response is essential. From regional and international. The...
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Application Based on Technological Advances in the Health Sector During a Pandemic: A Study of Telemedicine in Indonesia from Legal Perspective

Ferdhika Audrey Ivanocalzha, Drifarrosa Aisy Aufanuha Machfudz, Adji Suwandono
In the response of COVID-19 pandemic and the collapse of health care facilities, telemedicine started to campaign by the Government. Indonesia goverment already established some telemedicine regulation through health ministri decree. This regulation was made in response of ensuring citizen rights to...
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Implementation of Medical Financing in Hospitals

Oktavia Lusiana Putri, M. Herzegovin Laxamana
Health funding is one of the factors that affects the health quality of individual countries in a meaningful way. Medical finance problems are: Lack of funds and additional funds. This writing method uses review literature. The purpose of this academic study is to increase knowledge about medical financial...
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Definition, Importance, and Formulation of Health Policy and Financing

Salma Azzuhri Rozaqi, Purwono Sungkowo Raharjo
Health policy is the implementation of public policies, namely policies that are established with the aim of improving the health status of the community. Health finance refers to how financial resources are used to ensure that the health system can adequately meet the collective health needs of all....
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Analysis of the Level of Maximality of the Implementation of Health Service Management at the Gunungkidul Regional General Hospital

Vera Meliana, Farhan Fatkhurrahman
Health services are one of the important components that support human life. Health services aim to meet the needs of individuals or communities to address issues related to public health. Each region has a public hospital that is the center of public health services, such as the Wonosari Regional General...
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The Correlation of Self-compassing with Life Quality of People with HIV/AIDS (ODHA) in KDS Solo Plus Surakarta

Claudia Trivenna Atmaja, Wijaya Kusuma, Prihandjojo Andri Putranto
Introduction: Until now, the rejection experienced by people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) is still widely felt. This rejection can cause negative feelings in PLWHA but can be prevented by applying self-compassion. Self-compassion is the ability to be compassionate, caring, and understanding of oneself...
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Large-Scale Social Restriction Legal Policy According to the Health Law During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Cornella Fithria Khairunnisa, Moch Syafrudin Dwisapto Laxamanahady
Contains some government policies regarding the health law and some steps on how the law can be implemented properly. In the concept of health rules include roles, functions, and responsibilities in it. Therefore, the core aspects that are the focus of research considering that the health sector is a...
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Financing Health in Indonesia: A Literature Review

Nadhila C. Nurmalasari, Erna Yuliandri
The economic shock of the COVID-19 pandemic poses challenges to healthcare systems as they reduce public revenue while increasing the need for publicly funded healthcare. This increases when people are entitled to means-tested benefits, can no longer afford privately funded treatment, or need more care...
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Health-Related Policies by the Government During the Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

Virna Tirtasari Setyowati
The Covid-19 pandemic, which was first discovered in China, precisely in Wuhan in 2019, spread rapidly to various countries in the world, including Indonesia in 2020 and resulted in many casualties, which certainly made all countries in the world panic in handling this Covid-19 case. The Covid-19 pandemic...
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Analysis the Importance of Government Policies to Address Public Health

Anggoro Adji Pangestu, Waluyo
The pandemic period caused by the Corona virus disease 19 or COVID-19 is a serious threat to the whole country. This virus that originated in Wuhan, China, has the potential to affect the global economy and cause many serious problems in the medical world. In response to this problem, the Indonesian...
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Health Financing System in Indonesia

Wintang Dayinta Permana
Increases in the ideal level of public health are the objective of health development, which is a component of national development. The truth is that public health is still in horrible shape, especially for the poor. Based on the infant mortality rate (IMR) of 35 per 1,000 live births and the maternal...
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Telemedicine: A New Form of Technology Based Health Service, Its Challenge, and Its Solution

Astia Widyanindar, Dhea Tika Anggraeni
Telemedicine is considered as an alternative for problems found in health services during pandemic of Covid-19 since it enables both doctors and patients in information exchange via mobile and gadgets with the help of internet connection. Some services from telemedicine are teleradiology, teledermathology,...
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The Development of Health Technologies in the Digitalization Era

Arrizka Prihantari, Lamlom Tahawy
The growing digital era has led to many advances in technology in certain fields, such as in the health sector, where there are also many recent discoveries. This discovery made many changes in the health sector such as tools in the treatment process and increasingly sophisticated digital-based health...
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Ease of Health Financing in the National Health Insurance Program

Muhammad Fikri Hanafi, Erna Yuliandari
Everyone has the right to live in bodily and spiritual prosperity, to have a good environment in which to live, and to receive health care, according to Article 28 H, paragraph 1, of the 1945 Constitution. The 1945 Constitution’s Article 28 H paragraph (3) states that everyone has the right to social...
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Forms of Government Policies in Handling and Financing Health for the Community

Meirliana Widiasari, Yudho Taruno Muryanto
The existence of the Covid-19 pandemic as a global pandemic certainly has a major influence in Indonesia both from various lines of life, especially health. The pandemic that occurred in Indonesia can be said to be high, as well as in other countries, therefore the Indonesian government implements various...
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Definition, Importance, and Formulation of Health Policy and Financing

Salma Azzuhri Rozaqi
Health policy is the implementation of public policies, namely policies that are established to improve the health status of the community. Health finance refers to how financial resources are used to ensure that the health system can adequately meet the collective health needs of all a vast amount of...
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Mechanism of Health Financing in Facing Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

Adji Suwandono, Falarasika Anida Paulina
The COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease-2019) pandemic has significantly impacted all corners of the world, one of which is Indonesia. In this situation, many aspects of life are affected, especially in the health sector. Referred to as a deadly virus, Covid-19 has caused many deaths, which makes people feel...
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The Function of Informed Consent in Therapeutic Transactions as a Form of Efforts to Prevent Malpractice Claims in Indonesia

Genies Wisnu Pradana, Sunny Ummul Firdaus
The relationship between the patient and the doctor will create what is called a therapeutic transaction, which is an agreement that occurs between a doctor and a patient in the field of medicine (something that contains elements or value of treatment) which includes the fields of diagnostic, preventive,...
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Legal Liability Due to Negligence by Nurses in Health Services to Patients

La Ode Emi, Fausta Nanda Sava Arkhanata
Based on Article 46 of Law no. 44 of 2009 concerning Hospital, which mentions that house sick responsible answer by law to all losses incurred on negligence power health at home sick, provisions chapter this Becomes base juridical for somebody for ask not quite enough answer party hospital if occur negligence...
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The Role of the Special Region of Yogyakarta Provincial Government, the Society, and the Private Sector in Handling Covid-19

Fachrizal Woma Yudhana
Since late 2019, the world has been experiencing the Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. The spread of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (Covid-19) poses risks to public health and has even claimed lives for those infected in various parts of the world, including Indonesia. The government needs to...
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Utilization of Online Health Services During a Pandemic Based on Health Ministry Rules Number 20 of 2019th

Mutiara Maharani, Drifarrosa Aisy Aufanuha Machfudz
The first corona virus outbreak on Wuhan, China in December 2019 was very surprising and spread very quickly. The unstoppable report about this virus spread has also caused panic in other countries. Then this virus began to hit in various countries in the world. One of them is Indonesia, in early March...
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Indonesia and China Collaboration for Decreasing the Number of Covid 19 Spreading

Gayatri Dyah Suprobowati, Dhea Vanissa Wulandari
This Covid 19 pandemic has big impact for every country. It effect on every sector on vitality of the country, such as economic, politic, world connection, etc. If every country want to revive their conditions. They must work together and rise from adversity. Just like Indonesia and China. Indonesia...
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Analysis of the Benefits of Information Technology During the Covid Pandemic

Hafifah Gina Febiyasari, Yohanes Suwanto
Corona Virus Disease 2019 or commonly abbreviated as COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, a type of corona virus. People with COVID-19 may experience fever, dry cough, and difficulty breathing This year, the occurrence of a global-scale pandemic that has spread to various countries,...
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Indonesian National Food Security Challenges During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Chelsa Nazarin Steviarty, Muhammad Aldi Triansyah, Muhammad Salman Alfaris, Yulia Rizqi Lestari
Every part of the nation has been impacted by the COVID-19 epidemic that has affected other nations. One of the key challenges is food security, which is now generating a lot of public controversy as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic’s spreading, particularly in the State of Indonesia. National resilience...
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The Role of the Community in Strengthening the Health Architecture in the Face of COVID-19

Gayatri Dyah Suprobaowati, Inayah Salma Firdaus, Listi Murnita Krisna, Muhammad Dzaki Najmi Fuadi, Muhammad Rafi, Muthiah Rosita Sugito
The COVID-19 pandemic is maybe the greatest threat to global health in the current period. This coronavirus sickness has affected even some of the most developed financial and healthcare systems as it has spread over the whole planet. Questions concerning the effectiveness of global response mechanisms,...
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The Existence and Way of the Banjar Tribe Adapting in the Era of the Covid-19 Pandemic

A. A. Nugroho, A. V. Putri, A. R. Magistra, M. A. Hakim, S. A. Maulana, W. S. Raharjo, Y. A. Yudis
On March 2, 2020 the President of the Republic of Indonesia confirmed the first case of Covid-19 in Indonesia. After that, other cases of Covid-19 began to appear in various regions in Indonesia, including Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan. Banjarmasin is an area dominated by the Banjar people. This affects...
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The Efforts to Improve the Quality of Health Services in Puskesmas

Riqqah Fajr Isnaini
Health is an important part of the welfare of society. Health is also one of the basic human needs in addition to clothing, food and shelter. In human life, having a health where a person feels good physically and mentally, more precisely, is healthy, which is a condition that is free from various types...
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Realization of International Collaboration in Mitigating the Impact of the Pandemic

Navadilla Ramadhani, Maria Madalina
Since the outbreak of the Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19), almost all community activities have been carried out using technology, ranging from office absences which are carried out digitally, virtual meetings and event worship through digital networks. This will also encourage people to create new technologies....