Jakarta, Indonesia | March 15, 2018

The Future of Healthcare:
Going Universal

Indonesia has set itself the ambitious goal of establishing universal healthcare by 2019; a move commended by the UN as part of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Yet, while the goals of universal healthcare are impeccable, they are running up against the reality of a tough budgetary environment and the inherent problems within the Indonesian healthcare market; a vast geography; patchy existing coverage; and a relative lack of trained healthcare professionals

Going universal

Indonesia has set itself the ambitious goal of establishing universal healthcare by 2019; a move commended by the UN as part of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Yet, while the goals of universal healthcare are impeccable, they are running up against the reality of a tough budgetary environment and the inherent problems within the Indonesian healthcare market; a vast geography; patchy existing coverage; and a relative lack of trained healthcare professionals.

In this environment, Bloomberg will convene senior stakeholders in the Indonesian healthcare market for The Future of Healthcare; an exclusive, invitation-only breakfast that will uncover insight into the new strategies, technologies and partnerships helping professionals overcome limited human and financial resources to improve Indonesian healthcare outcomes.

March 15 - Thursday

8:30 am

Registration Opens

9:00 am

Welcoming Remarks

9:05 am

The Future of Healthcare in Indonesia

Speaker

  • Usman Sumantri

    Head of Human Resources Empowerment and Development Agency, Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia

9:25 am

Transforming Healthcare - Full Coverage; Better Outcomes

Executives share their insight into the new strategies, new technologies, and new partnerships that are helping them overcome the national market's inherent challenges to improve healthcare outcomes in Indonesia.

Speakers

10:00 am

Closing Remarks

Haslinda Amin

Bloomberg Television Chief International Correspondent for Southeast Asia

Prof. Dr. Fachmi Idris

BPJS Kesehetan President Director

Dr. Ivan Sini

PT Bundamedik Chairman

Usman Sumantri

Ministry of Health, Republic of Indonesia Head of Human Resources Empowerment and Development Agency

Suryo Suwignjo

Philips Indonesia President Director

Participation is by invitation only.

 

To request an invitation or inquire for more details, please email bliveasia@bloomberg.net.