INSIGHT: Providing quality medical supplies for universal healthcare
Tikki Elka Pangestu
Visiting professor at Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
PREMIUM Access to affordable and good quality medicine is critical for the successful implementation of universal healthcare (JKN) in Indonesia. It also poses a major challenge for the government, which is responsible for meeting the demand for medicines from the 180 million participants of the JKN. In addition, the JKN has to deal with a diverse set of health challenges, ranging from infectious diseas...
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