Indonesia's healthcare agency urged to target 2 million late payers to ease financial burden

Indonesia's healthcare agency urged to target 2 million late payers to ease financial burden
A woman holding up an identity card belonging to a participant of JKN, a national health insurance scheme in Indonesia. The landmark programme, launched on 31 December 2013, currently covers 121.6 million poor and unemployed Indonesians and public servants, and will be compulsory for all 250 million Indonesians by January 2019.

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