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Is Indonesia Ready to Serve? : An Analysis of Indonesia’s Primary Health Care Supply-Side Readiness (Inglês)

Health financing in Indonesia is marked by low public health expenditures (PHE), high out-of-pocket (OOP) expenditures and a complex and fragmented intergovernmental fiscal transfer system. Indonesia has a mixed model of public-private provision of health care services. Despite this large network of primary health care facilities, health service delivery is challenging. This report brings out key findings from a Quantitative Service Delivery Study (2016) of public and private primary health care providers in Indonesia. The report analyzes primary health care supply-side readiness across public and private facilities, rural and urban facilities, private facilities empaneled by the national social health insurance agency (Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial – BPJS) versus those who have not, amongst others. It also compares temporal changes in public-sector primary health care supply-side readiness since the last facility census, the Rifaskes (2011). The primary aim of the report is to present findings from the survey that can inform policy choices to improve primary health care service readiness as part of Indonesia’s path towards achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC).


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    Rajan,Vikram Sundara, Patil,Anchita, Pambudi,Eko Setyo, Junedi,Bapak

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    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

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    Is Indonesia Ready to Serve? : An Analysis of Indonesia’s Primary Health Care Supply-Side Readiness

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    Infant and Young Child Feeding; royal ministry; commission of the european communities; iron and folic acid; Demographic and Health Survey; private clinic; primary health care facilities; provision of health care; quality health care service; public health care system; management of health; center for health; premature rupture of membranes; agency for international development; primary health care system; access to health service; primary health care delivery; access to health facility; quality of care; lack of availability; primary care facilities; active case detection; maternal health service; Governance and Accountability; social health insurance; vitamin a supplementation; primary care clinic; maternal and child; availability of service; Health Service Delivery; lack of service; provision of service; availability of resource; lack of privacy; delivering health services; accessing health care; social security agency; treatment of malaria; maternal mortality ratio; lack of interest; public health facility; community health worker; Human Immunodeficiency Virus; child health care; health financing system; skilled birth attendance; community health center; family planning program; private sector clinics; burden of disease; continuum of care; lack of demand; health insurance coverage; service delivery points; human capital indicators; reducing maternal mortality; reduction of poverty; availability of vaccine; lack of staff; formal health system; lack of infrastructure; fiscal transfer system; difference in methodology; bed occupancy rate; oral contraceptive pill; urban family; method of contraception; family planning facility; Health Care Waste; lack of facilities; growth and development; Sexually Transmitted Infection; emergency care services; children with diarrhea; chronic respiratory disease; oral rehydration solution; acute respiratory infection; public health service; lack of knowledge; malaria in children; vitamin a supplements; intergovernmental fiscal transfer; quality of health; primary care services; provision of care; public health expenditure; acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; means of transport; means of transportation; pregnant woman; immunization service; service availability; live birth; delivery care; urban facility; public hospital; obstetric care; catchment area



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