Lessons from the Jakarta Health Card program
Amak M. Yaqoub
There was something interesting in one of the lectures on Healthcare Policy Reform and Initiatives at Columbia University, New York City, which I attended recently. Ranu Dhillon lauded Jakarta’s new leadership regarding implementation of Jakarta Health Card (KJS), saying one of the key factors in healthcare system reform was strong leadership.
Dhillon is affiliated to the Earth Institute,...
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