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Actuarial Costing of Universal Health Insurance and Coverage in Indonesia [electronic resource] : Options and Preliminary Results. / Yves Guerard.

Author/Creator:
Guerard, Yves.
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : The World Bank, 2011.
Series:
Health, Nutrition and Population (HNP) Discussion Papers
World Bank e-Library.
Health, Nutrition and Population (HNP) Discussion Papers
Format/Description:
Government document
Book
Local subjects:
Abortion
Administrative Costs
Burden of Disease
Capital Costs
Child Care
Child Health
Cities
Cost Sharing
Decision Making
Developing Countries
Doctors
Employment
Epidemiology
Expenditures
Gross Domestic Product
Health Economics & Finance
Health Insurance
Health Monitoring & Evaluation
Health Outcomes
Health Policy
Health Systems Development & Reform
Health, Nutrition and Population
Hospitals
Human Resources
Informal Sector
Managed Care
Maternal Health
Midwives
Moral Hazard
Mortality
Natural Resources
Nutrition
Physicians
Population Policies
Private Health Insurance
Public Health
Public Hospitals
Public Spending
Quality Control
Social Health Insurance
Surgery
Urban Areas
Vulnerable Groups
Workers
World Health Organization
Summary:
This series is produced by the Health, Nutrition, and Population family (HNP) of the World Bank's Human Development Network (HDN). The papers in this series aim to provide a vehicle for publishing preliminary and unpolished results on HNP topics to encourage discussion and debate. The cost of a health insurance program will largely be determined by the size and composition of the covered population, the benefit package, cost sharing arrangements, the current and future supply of health care providers and facilities, and the provider payment mechanisms used. This note summarizes in broad strokes the subset of the possible Universal Coverage (UC) transition scenarios and their related costs in Indonesia. These scenarios were selected based on initial discussions with key stakeholders, and further broad-based discussion with stakeholders will be needed to finalize the design, financing and transition options. This note shows how decisions regarding the transition steps, benefit package and the choice of eligible population affect public Health Insurance (HI) expenditures as Indonesia transitions to UC. This work follows closely the earlier World Bank report health financing in Indonesia; a road map for reform.
Contributor:
Guerard, Yves.
Wiener, Mitch.
Rokx, Claudia.
Schieber, George.
Harimurti, Pandu.
Pambudi, Eko.
Tandon, Ajay.
Publisher Number:
10.1596/27795
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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