Universal Healthcare Coverage in Indonesia: One Year on

Written and produced by Clearstate (Economist Intelligence Unit), January 2015

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The National Health Insurance Programme (JKN) was conceived to provide better health coverage for all Indonesians, by extending insurance to the entire population, including large swathes of the population previously not covered by any public insurance schemes. One year on, while teething problems exists, some progress has been made as Indonesia grapples with the enormous tasks to achieve universal coverage. This report provides the perspective one year on, offering the reader with some level of clarity on where progresses are being made and more importantly, highlighting the potential opportunities that the reader can look out for in the short to medium term.

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