Indonesia On Track For Universal Health Coverage; Ministry Welcomes Foreign Support For Drug Supply
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Indonesia is moving ahead with a universal health care program that would be bolstered by an essential drugs list, but premiums and government subsidies still to be determined.
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