Medicines in Health Systems: Advancing Access, Affordability and Appropriate Use. Chapter 3 - Annex 3: Medicines in Universal Health Care Coverage. Case Study of the Indonesian Government-Financed Universal Health Coverage Program for the Poor and Near-Poor (Jamkesmas)
(2014; 27 pages)

Abstract

This case study examines the pharmaceutical management policies of the Jamkesmas health insurance scheme which is directed at the poor and near-poor population of Indonesia. With over 76 million beneficiaries in 2012, the Jamkesmas program is the largest health insurance scheme in Indonesia covering one-third of the nation’s population. The pharmaceutical policies within this insurance scheme will serve as an important case study of how Indonesia promotes cost-effective use of medicine.

 
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