A country of a quarter-billion people is trying to provide health care for all – The Washington Post

In 2014, Indonesia, a sprawling archipelagic nation of 250 million people, began phasing in one of the world’s largest single-payer health-care systems. Two and a half years later, its government guarantees comprehensive health insurance for 165 million citizens and residents, with plans to expand coverage to the entire population by 2019.

Source: A country of a quarter-billion people is trying to provide health care for all – The Washington Post

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