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    Assessment of options for institutionalizing NHA in Indonesia

     
    Project ID: HA-041 Status: Completed

    Dr Rannan-Eliya, IHP Director, visited Jakarta from 1217 October to work with MOH Indonesia to assess progress in developing NHA in Indonesia and to advise on a strategy and road map for future institutionalization. The assessment was requested by MOH and DFAT, and commissioned through the Australia Indonesia Partnership for Health Systems Strengthening (AIHPHSS). During his mission, Dr Rannan-Eliya met with counterparts at PPJK and other units of MOH, the NHA production team based at University of Indonesia, officials at BAPPENAS, BPS and Ministry of Finance, and the Jakarta-based DFAT health team. The mission made recommendations for strengthening the MOH-University of Indonesia NHA partnership and improving policy use of NHA in Indonesia. IHP staff have worked with MOH Indonesia and University of Indonesia to support NHA development since 2005, as well as collaborating with Indonesia NHA counterparts through APNHAN since 1998.

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     Project at a glance  Project team
    Start Date: Oct 2012
    End Date: Oct 2014
    Themes: Health accounts, Health financing, Health expenditures
    Sponsor(s):
    Client: MOH Indonesia
    IHP Staff: Dr. Ravi P. Rannan-Eliya
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    Region: Asia
    Country(s): Indonesia
    Partner(s): AIPHSS
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