• Type: Publication series
  • Date: 4/9/2014

Indonesia – Major Reform to Health, Social Insurance Systems Comes with Costs 

The implementation of a new health insurance system in Indonesia starting in 2014 is going to have a considerable impact on the way workers are insured through the state-sponsored health-care system, the government agency responsible for managing it, the way benefits are paid, and the costs for employers and workers participating in the system. The changes will have administrative and cost implications for employers – especially multinational organizations that had opted out of the prior Jamsostek system and self-insured (or used private insurance plans for) their employees – and their employees.


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