2016 Indonesia Transformational Health Insights

2016 Indonesia Transformational Health Insights

Current Trends and Challenges Encountered in the Road to Achieving Universal Healthcare Coverage

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31-May-2016
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: 9AB9-00-53-00-00
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Indonesia is expected to see a substantial rise in healthcare spending driven by rapid urbanization, a growing middle class population, and an increasing prevalence of chronic diseases. Government initiatives to provide universal healthcare coverage (UHC) by 2019 are one of the key reasons for making Indonesia an attractive healthcare market. All these factors are creating tremendous opportunities in the country’s private healthcare services space. Details on healthcare infrastructure and expenditure are provided by public and private sources. Frost & Sullivan has conducted a comprehensive desk research on reports published by the Ministry of Health (Indonesia), Frost & Sullivan’s internal databases, and other reliable sources. The base year for this deliverable is 2015 and the forecast period is 2016-2020.

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Table of Contents

Indonesia Country Highlights

Indonesia Predictions

Scope and Segmentation

CEO’s Perspective

Indonesia—Demographic Trend

Indonesia—Demographic Trend (continued)

Indonesia—Middle Income Trend

Indonesia—Total Healthcare Expenditure

Indonesia—Healthcare Expenditure per Capita

Indonesia—Public and Private Healthcare Expenditure

Public and Private Healthcare Delivery System

Public and Private Healthcare Delivery System (continued)

Indonesian Hospital Classification

Total Public and Private Hospitals with Classification

Hospital Clusters Across Indonesia

Indonesia—Total Hospital Beds

Indonesia’s UHC Scheme and Private Insurance

Indonesia’s UHC Scheme and Private Insurance (continued)

Healthcare Services (UHC) Referral Hierarchy

Indonesia Healthcare Value Chain

Indonesia Healthcare Value Chain (continued)

Hospital Reimbursement Process Under UHC Scheme

Challenges—Infrastructure

Challenges—Infrastructure (continued)

Challenges—Human Resources

Challenges—Epidemiological Transition

Key Trends in Healthcare—Indonesia

Key Trends in Healthcare—Indonesia (continued)

Key Trends in Healthcare Services

Key Trends in Healthcare Services (continued)

Key Trends in Healthcare Services (continued)

Key Trends in Healthcare Services (continued)

Concluding Thoughts

How Are Stakeholders Responding?

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Indonesia is expected to see a substantial rise in healthcare spending driven by rapid urbanization, a growing middle class population, and an increasing prevalence of chronic diseases. Government initiatives to provide universal healthcare coverage (UHC) by 2019 are one of the key reasons for making Indonesia an attractive healthcare market. All these factors are creating tremendous opportunities in the country’s private healthcare services space. Details on healthcare infrastructure and expenditure are provided by public and private sources. Frost & Sullivan has conducted a comprehensive desk research on reports published by the Ministry of Health (Indonesia), Frost & Sullivan’s internal databases, and other reliable sources. The base year for this deliverable is 2015 and the forecast period is 2016-2020.
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Author Jyoti Nagrani
WIP Number 9AB9-00-53-00-00
Keyword 1 Transformational Health
Keyword 2 Transformational Health in Indonesia
Keyword 3 Transformational Health
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