The Government of Indonesia has prioritized private sector engagement and public-private partnerships (PPPs) as strategic initiatives in achieving development goals. Through PPPs, each partner leverages the resources, expertise, and efficiencies of the other to achieve better health, societal, and economic outcomes. These partnerships present a unique opportunity for the health sector to better address health access, gaps in achieving quality targets, and system inefficiencies. This brief showcases examples of ongoing PPPs in Indonesia focused on human resources for health and presents recommendations for public and private stakeholders to adopt, improve, and scale up such partnerships to address gaps in service provision and contribute to improved health and well-being of all Indonesians.
Health Policy Plus. 2020. Improving and Supplementing the Public Healthcare Workforce with Public-Private Partnerships in Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
English PDF 448.0 kbJune 2020
Health Policy Plus. 2020. Memperkuat dan Melengkapi Tenaga Kesehatan di Sektor Publik dengan Kemitraan Pemerintah Swasta di Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
Indonesian PDF 472.9 kbJune 2020
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