COMMENTARY: How can we save our national health insurance program from deficit?
Elly Burhaini Faizal
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM With a sharp deficit recorded in its three years of implementation, we cannot do anything but look back at what expectations we had of the national health insurance (JKN) program. A deficit of Rp 9.7 trillion (US$727.98 million), as reported in the implementation of the JKN-Indonesia Health Card (KIS) program in 2016, reveals the financial limits we should have anticipated from the very start. ...
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