Indonesia’s Prize Health Insurance Syst…

In January of 2015, shortly after Joko Widodo became President of Indonesia, the government launched an ambitious comprehensive health insurance system designed to make basic care available universally by 2019. Today the scheme, the Health Insurance Administering Agency (BPJS), continues to face large budget deficits, built on out-of-control financing and unpaid contributions. The deficit actually doubled in 2016, reaching Rp

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