Updated on 28 July 2015
The conference will provide an in-depth discussion of Indonesia's Universal healthcare and the current issues impacting the healthcare sector
Singapore: The 2nd Indonesia Healthcare conference to be held in Jakarta, is scheduled to begin from 3rd November 2015. The three day event aims to discuss the investment, developments, projects and initiatives going into Indonesia's healthcare reform and infrastructure development.
Panel discussion members from key Government departments, industry professionals from Insurance, Pharmaceutical, Hospitals industry and many association leaders are expected to attend the event.
Delegates from other Asian nations like Philippines, Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand too are expected to be present at the event and share insights on healthcare reforms. The conference will provide an in-depth discussion of Indonesia's Universal healthcare and the current issues impacting pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, insurance companies and their service providers.
A Pre-conference workshop on "Universal Healthcare and Emerging Markets" is being held on 3rd November, 2015 which will discuss the current models of achieving Universal Health Care through well thought of financing and modernization, ideal for middle income countries with a huge young demographic. It analyses the contribution of the Private sector and the redefining role of government to provide accessible, affordable and quality healthcare.
A post-conference workshop on JCI Acreditation is being organized on the 6th of November. This workshop aims to identify the criteria and procedure on how to achieve JCI accreditation. Of the total 2,414 hospitals in Indonesia, only 121 are internationally accredited according to reports.