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Supply-side readiness for universal health coverage : assessing the depth of coverage for non-communicable diseases in Indonesia (English)

Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) account for the largest share of the overall burden of disease in Indonesia. There are several challenges facing effective implementation of universal health coverage (UHC) in Indonesia, both from a health financing and a service delivery perspective. ... See More +

Policy Paper 88523 JUN 01, 2014

Kosen, Soewarta; Tarigan, Ingan; Usman, Yuslely; Suryati, Tati; Indriasih, Endang; Harimat; Muas, Idawati; Widyastuti, Retno; Luciana, Merry; Rosita, Tita; Hapsari, Dwi; Tandon, Ajay; Yap, Wei Aun; Pambudi, Eko

The nuts and bolts of Jamkesmas - Indonesia's government-financed health coverage program for the poor and near-poor (English)

This case study describes and assesses Jamkesmas, Indonesia's government-financed health coverage program for the poor and near-poor. It provides a detailed description of the scope, depth, and breadth of coverage provided under Jamkesmas, and highlights ways in which the program interacts with the rest of Indonesia's health system. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 74996 JAN 01, 2013

Tandon, Ajay; Harimurti, Pandu; Pambudi, Eko; Pigazzini, Anna

Actuarial costing of universal health insurance coverage in Indonesia : options and preliminary results (English)

This series is produced by the Health, Nutrition, and Population family (HNP) of the World Bank's Human Development Network (HDN). The papers in this series aim to provide a vehicle for publishing preliminary and unpolished results on HNP topics to encourage discussion and debate. ... See More +

Working Paper 61692 APR 01, 2011

Rokx, Claudia; Wiener, Mitch; Schieber, George; Tandon, Ajay; Harimurti, Pandu; Pambudi, Eko; Guerard, Yves

Opportunities to protect and enhance nutrition in the East Asia and Pacific region (English)

The East Asia and Pacific region shows dramatic contrasts in nutrition. Many of the Pacific Islands have some of the highest obesity rates in the world (close to 80 percent among women in Tonga) while Cambodia, Laos and Timor Leste have some of the highest rates of underweight and stunting (close to or above 50 percent). ... See More +

Working Paper 68850 JUL 09, 2009

Willink, Amber; McGuire, Judith S.; Pambudi, Eko