The government has drafted a bill that will revolutionize the country’s healthcare system so that it can reach all citizens across the country as mandated by the Constitution, Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin said on Saturday.
Aceh is 95% vaccinated against Type 2 polio following a recent shock outbreak, a landmark achievement in the notoriously vaccine-hesitant province.
The Health Ministry instructed all doctors in private practice to register their data and perform their accreditation through the SatuSehat health platform to improve the data of doctors in Indonesia.
At the close of the G20 Summit in Bali in November 2022, President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) emphasized that collaboration and equality could help Indonesia enter the endemic stage of COVID-19 and improve community healthcare.
The government is seeking to improve the country’s healthcare infrastructure and increase the number of medical specialists in the country as high costs and poor-quality care drive millions of Indonesians to seek medical services abroad.
Libranita br Tarigan is a charismatic leader in the Cinta Rakyat community of the Karo Regency of North Sumatra, Indonesia.
Ongoing efforts to reform Indonesia’s healthcare system following the COVID-19 pandemic could face major hurdles this year, with the threat of a looming global recession and the 2024 presidential election getting closer.
The government has called on health officials across the country to increase vigilance over a potential bird flu outbreak amid concerns that the swift mutation of the H5N1 virus in mammals could turn it into a zoonotic disease that could spread among humans.
Indonesian Health Minister Budi Gunadi Sadikin said he is planning to meet Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus in May this year to discuss changing the status of COVID-19 in Indonesia from pandemic to endemic.
At its most basic, jamu is a herbal medicine; at its fullest, it is a reflection of how a culture maintains wellbeing over thousands of generations.
Until now, medical record data in Indonesia was only held by health facilities. Patients would only be able to get a copy of the documents, but were not able to access this data online.
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