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Private Sector Engagement in Health Service

The increasing demand for health services in Asia and the Pacific is driven by various factors such as its increasing greying population and rise of noncommunicable diseases which imposes heavy costs on individual pockets and the public health budgets. Given the fiscal and institutional constrains, most governments lack the service capacity and resources to address this growing demand. These gaps have provided opportunities for the private sector to expand its operation and galvanize an integral role in the provision of health services. Through the years, the private sector has demonstrated to provide greater service capacity, service responsiveness, and increase coverage, access, choice and types of services.  

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Blended Learning

Blended Learning

June - July 2020

Only for Indonesian Participants

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August - October 2020

 

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Organized by:

Asia-Pacific Network for Health
Systems Strengthening (ANHSS),
The Center for Health Policy and Management, Faculty of Medicine, Public Health and Nursing
(CHPM-FMPHN) Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Megarini Sulistyo

Email: eg4_eg4@yahoo.com
Mobile +62 818996974

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