Analysis: Indonesia: The health of the nation
Oxford Business Group
Indonesia’s government is pushing forward with ambitious plans to reform the country’s health network, aiming to have a system of universal social health insurance coverage in place by 2014, though the project faces a number of challenges, not least of which are its sheer scale and cost.
Currently, an estimated 56 percent of Indonesia’s population of around 240 million — mainly sta...
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