The government of Indonesia recognizes that providing health services to its diverse population will require unique, localized responses and that public sector financial and human resources are limited. The private sector is well positioned to lend its resources and expertise to innovate new health service delivery models and expand access to healthcare through public-private partnerships (PPPs). Since 2019, HP+ has supported Indonesia’s Center for Health Finance and Insurance to clarify the policy framework for PPPs, create an enabling environment, and catalyze collaboration across public and private sectors to improve healthcare. This report summarizes the policies, systems, and partnership mechanisms supported by the center and HP+ between 2019–2021 and recommends next steps in advancing and implementing PPPs in the future.
Koseki, S., D. Marbun, C. Cisek, J. Sari, and A. Akosah. 2022. Building the Foundation for Public-Private Partnerships for Indonesia’s Health Sector. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-DFQ
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