Bulletin: The Indonesian Healthcare System
The Indonesian Healthcare System
30th July 2019
The highest healthcare organizational structure in Indonesia is the Ministry of Health. It represents the government in policy and regulation in healthcare. The MOH has several general hospitals throughout the country.
There are also hospitals with a variety of ownership types such as regional government, city government, state-owned hospitals, private-for-profit, private-not-for-profit (such as religious hospitals), military, university, etc. All hospitals must comply with the laws and regulations issued by the government and the MOH.
Owners of hospitals are responsible for financing, the policy of strategic planning, compliance with government regulations, etc.