Transform Health Indonesia works with partners and the government to ensure a fully digitalised and integrated primary health care system in Indonesia by 2030.
The coalition works by empowering marginalised communities and their representatives, as well as youth, women and frontline healthcare workers, to provide them with a platform through which they can engage the government and donors and call on them to prioritise equitable adoption of digital technologies to achieve Universal Health Coverage by 2030.
The coalition is coordinated by IAKMI – the Indonesian Public Health Experts Association – with over 35,000 members across Indonesia, composed of public health professionals, public health students, women-led organisations, academics, government health local authorities, and young people.
OUR KEY OBJECTIVES
An integrated digital health curriculum for health science students
A digitally enabled health workforce
Integrated and interoperable health data
Integrated and interoperable Electronic Patient Health Records (ePHR)
Increased digital literacy of youth, women and marginalised groups
The Indonesian Digital Health Landscape
Digital health strategy launched by Indonesian government
Booming innovation, fragmented data and lack of interoperability
High but unequal internet penetration
Absence of digital health in university curriculum
Frontline health workers are not digitally equipped
WHAT’S NEW AT
The final draft of the #UHCHLM Political Declaration is out. see more
Reflections in the lead up to the G20 Summit: Making headway towards a more effective digital health funding landscape see more
Prioritising Digital Health at #UNGA78 to deliver UHC by 2030 see more
Tracking investments in digital health: Feedback from multi-stakeholder consultation on a new resource portal see more
Progress towards Universal Health Coverage has sped up this decade, see more