Confusion Marks Rollout Of Universal Health Coverage In Indonesia
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Initial confusion on access, eligibility and paperwork greeted the rollout of phased national health insurance for Indonesia that aims to achieve a nationwide footprint before the end of the decade.
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