Indonesia Trys To Maintain Viability Of National Health Insurance System Under Mounting Costs

Wall Street Journal: Indonesia’s Health Care Program Struggles With Its Own Success
“Just over a year ago, Indonesia created what has quickly become, at least for now, the world’s largest national health insurance system. … But like nascent health care systems in some other developing countries, Indonesia’s program is struggling to live up to its own ambitions…” (Rachman, 10/7).

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