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by Claudia Rokx,George Schieber,Pandu Harimurti,Ajay Tandon,Aparnaa Somanathan


In 2004 the Indonesian government made a commitment to provide its entire population with health insurance coverage . High-level political decisions are necessary on key elements of the health financing reform package.

In 2004 the Indonesian government made a commitment to provide its entire population with health insurance coverage through a mandatory public health insurance scheme. It has moved boldly already provides coverage to an estimated 7. million poor and near poor, funded through the public budget. Nevertheless, over half the population still lacks health insurance coverage, and the full fiscal impacts of the government s program for the poor have not been fully assessed or felt.

Rokx, Claudia; Schieber, George; Tandon, Ajay; Harimurti, Pandu; Somanathan, Aparnaa. Health Financing in Indonesia : A Reform Road Map. Directions in development ; human development. 0 License: CC BY . IGO.

The main authors are Claudia Rokx, George Schieber, Pandu Harimurti (Health Specialist, EASHD), Ajay Tandon . 12 xii Table Of Contents

The main authors are Claudia Rokx, George Schieber, Pandu Harimurti (Health Specialist, EASHD), Ajay Tandon (Senior Health Economist, Human Development Network, Health and Education, HDNHE), and Aparnaa Somanathan (Health Economist, EASHD). 12 xii Table Of Contents. 13 Health Financing in Indonesia A Reform Road Map Overview In 2004, the Indonesian government made a commitment to provide its entire population with health insurance coverage through a mandatory public health insurance scheme. It has moved boldly and has already provided coverage to an estimated 7.

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Claudia Rokx & George Schieber & Ajay Tandon & Pandu Harimurti & Aparnaa Somanathan, 2009. Health Financing in Indonesia : A Reform Road Map," World Bank Publications, The World Bank, number 2710. Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbpubs:2710. as. HTML HTML with abstract plain text plain text with abstract BibTeX RIS (EndNote, RefMan, ProCite) ReDIF JSON. Download full text from publisher. pdf?sequence 1 Download Restriction: no. Citations.

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A Reform Road Map Claudia Rokx George Schieber Pandu Harimurti . Directions in development) Includes bibliographical references and index.

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Health Financing in Indonesia: A Reform Road Map. Schieber, A. Tandon, Pandu Harimurti, Aparnaa . Indonesia is at a critical stage in the development and modernization of its health system. Tandon, Pandu Harimurti, Aparnaa Somanathan. The government of Indonesia has made major improvements over the past four decades, but struggles t. More).

In 2004 the Indonesian government made a commitment to provide its entire population with health insurance coverage through a mandatory public health insurance scheme. It has moved boldly already provides coverage to an estimated 76.4 million poor and near poor, funded through the public budget. Nevertheless, over half the population still lacks health insurance coverage, and the full fiscal impacts of the government’s program for the poor have not been fully assessed or felt. In addition, significant deficiencies in the efficiency and equity of the current health system, unless addressed will exacerbate cost pressures and could preclude the effective implementation of universal coverage (UC) and the desired result of improvements in population health outcomes and financial protection.For Indonesia to achieve UC, systems’ performance must be improved and key policy choices with respect to the configuration of the health financing system must be made. Indonesia’s health system performs well with respect to some health outcomes and financial protection, but there is potential for significant improvement. High-level political decisions are necessary on key elements of the health financing reform package. The key transitional questions to get there include:• the benefits that can be afforded and their impacts on health outcomes and financial protection; • how the more than 50 percent of those currently without coverage will be insured; • how to pay medical care providers to assure access, efficiency, and quality;• developing a streamlined and efficient administrative structure; • how to address the current supply constraints to assure availability of promised services;• how to raise revenues to finance the system, including the program for the poor as well as currently uninsured groups that may require government subsidization such as the more than 60 million informal sector workers, the 85 percent of workers in firms of less than five employees, and the 70 percent of the population living in rural areas.

Health Financing in Indonesia: A Reform Road Map (Directions in Development) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0821380062

ISBN: 0821380060

Author: Claudia Rokx,George Schieber,Pandu Harimurti,Ajay Tandon,Aparnaa Somanathan

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Language: English

Publisher: World Bank Publications; 1 edition (August 3, 2009)

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