Indonesia Country Highlights:
Universal Health Coverage (UHC)
- Indonesia has been looking at ways to continue to support its ambitious plan of achieving the largest Universal Health Coverage (UHC). It is now looking to raise the premiums to sustain the system that has since been in deficit.
Rise in lifestyle-related diseases:
- Urbanization and the rising middle class, with its rather unhealthy lifestyle, is expected to result in an increase in lifestyle-related diseases.
Private health care services see opportunity:
- Private hospitals, pharmaceutical producers, and healthcare IT companies are expanding into the Indonesian market. Indonesia is seeing an inflow from Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand entering the Indonesian healthcare space.
Lack of human resource and infrastructure limits Indonesia
- Lack of infrastructure and human resources are limiting the effectiveness of the UHC. This is evident as the costs continue to rise and the government seeks to plug in the leaks. Private healthcare providers are seeing this trend benefiting them, as they become the next source of healthcare services.
- Indonesia Country Highlights
- Indonesia Predictions
- Scope and Segmentation
- CEO’s Perspective
- Indonesia—Demographic Trend
- Indonesia—Middle Income Trend
- Indonesia—Total Healthcare Expenditure
- Indonesia—Healthcare Expenditure per Capita
- Indonesia—Public and Private Healthcare Expenditure
- Public and Private Healthcare Delivery System
- Indonesian Hospital Classification
- Total Public and Private Hospitals with Classification
- Hospital Clusters Across Indonesia
- Indonesia—Total Hospital Beds
- Indonesia’s UHC Scheme and Private Insurance
- Healthcare Services (UHC) Referral Hierarchy
- Indonesia Healthcare Value Chain
- Hospital Reimbursement Process Under UHC Scheme
- Challenges—Human Resources
- Challenges—Epidemiological Transition
- Key Trends in Healthcare—Indonesia
- Key Trends in Healthcare Services
- Concluding Thoughts
- How Are Stakeholders Responding?
- Legal Disclaimer