The COVID-19 has reminded us that we still need to improve in many areas, ranging from emergency health preparedness to fiscal management. We should use this crisis and recovery as an opportunity to create a better world for the future generation.
The three companies aim to provide rural residents in Indonesia with access to healthcare information especially related to the COVID-19 pandemic, for free to patients visiting doctorSHARE's Nusa Waluya II Floating Hospital.
The last few months are a prequel to an impending global recession, putting many things to the test – but most of all, each country's public health administration and healthcare system are on the center stage.
The financing is divided into two projects, one for Indonesia's Social Assistance Reform Program and the other goes as COVID-19 Supplemental Financing for Indonesia's First Financial Sector Reform Development Policy Loan
Despite declining visitors for non-critical treatments, PT Medikaloka Hermina has been able to maintain the occupancy rate mainly due to the company’s decision to become one of the private hospitals that accept coronavirus patients