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,...
- EDITORIAL: Strangers of the same race
- No deal yet on Freeport’s 51% share divestment: Luhut
- Model urges Kendari mayor to apologize for defaming her
- Jember airport development kicks off
- Airport train to start operating in November
- Escaped Malaysian prisoner believed to be in home country: Bali Police
- Solo dining, karaoke strike chord among solitary Japanese consumers
- LNG import is a cheaper option: Luhut
- Indonesia projected to produce only 55,000 tons of salt this month
- Government to construct loop lines to eliminate railway crossings