Asia Beat: Political breakthrough edges Indonesia closer to universal care
This article was originally published in Scrip
After more than six years of political stalling, Indonesia finally seems close to passing a bill for the reform of its social security system, including the provision of health insurance, in a move that could reshape the healthcare landscape in the country.
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