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The Inadmissibility of Informal Payment and Strategies to Confront with it
M. Javadpour 1, MM. Meghdadi2
1- Jurisprudence & Fundamentals of Islamic Law Department, Humanities Faculty, Ahvaz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz, Iran , javadpour89@yahoo.com
2- Law Department, Mofid University, Qom, Iran
Abstract:   (1265 Views)
Aims: One of important and considerable topics in medical jurisprudence, the amount of money is that the physician receives for his or her medical treatment; But an important issue when is that the physician or other medical staff misuses does misuse from the patient and forbids that he/she selects in a manner freely and consciously and become the relationship between the physician and the patient to the amoral and emergency relationship; The unpleasant and ominous phenomenon that is seen today in the name of stealthy; Therefore, in order to protect the rights of the patient, This article seeks to answer the question of what are the consequences and legal effects of the unofficial payment, and what are the remedies and solutions to combat this problem in the just Islamic system?
Methods: In this study, in order to answer the research questions, it were described and analyzed based on the jurisprudents of Imamiya jurisprudence and internal rules and regulations.
Findings: Individuals dominate their property; so according to the narrative of chr('39')it is not permissible for a Muslim to have money except for oneselfchr('39'), domination and capture of the personchr('39')s property without their satisfaction is forbidden.
Conclusions: The challenging phenomenon of receive informal payment with any motivation will be accompanied by the spread of injustice and disorder in human society that is not in accordance with the Justice-centered system of Islam. Therefore, the right of claim for material and spiritual damages for patient or the patientchr('39')s parents will be provided as rule of chr('39')any money has voidchr('39'). In the light of measures such as loyalty to covenant, promotion of economic culture and ethics, awareness of citizenship rights, it is possible to direct the health system on the path of correct growth and training.
Keywords: Patient, Physician's Wage, Informal Payment, Illegitimate Property, Guarantee
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/04/4 | Accepted: 2019/05/15 | Published: 2019/06/20
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