Questioning the sustainability of JKN
Adelina Kusuma Wardhani
Works for a private hospital in Jakarta
PREMIUM The national health insurance (JKN) scheme is considered a suitable step to improving the health of Indonesians. Among developing countries, Indonesia’s decision to establish the JKN is a bold step in fulfilling the spirit of universal health coverage (UHC), which is one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Ironically, contrary to the praise from international community, JKN recei...
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