Indonesia Plans Health Program Expansion Despite Challenges
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
About 35 million more Indonesians are expected to join the National Health Insurance program this year, officials have said, despite criticism about inadequate infrastructure and the shortage of health workers to support the scheme.
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