EVENT CANCELLATION NOTICE

It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the cancellation of the webinar on 30 April.
We know that this will come as an enormous disappointment, not only to the participants who were due to attend the show, but also to the speaker and organizer. 
This is not a decision we have taken lightly and there are two overriding concerns that have caused us to make this decision at this time.

 

Transforming Healthcare

Ceramah Ilmiah Webinar

i3L proudly presents another webinar with the title of “Transforming Healthcare”. In the upcoming webinar, we will  share insight n the future of public health services in Healthcare Industry.

Transforming Healthcare i3L

i3L proudly presents Online Webinar TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE, with topic of The Future of Public Health Services

Friday, 30 April 2021
Start at 14.00 PM

Presented by 
– Dr. dr. Armyn Nurdin M.Sc. (Experts in Biochemistry, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Immunology, Microbiology,  Medicine, Pharmacology, Nursing, Public Health and more)

– David Agustriawan, S.Kom. M.Sc., Ph.D. (from i3L Bioinformatics Department with research expertise and interest in cancer epigenetics, medical informatics, NGS data analysis, Big data, and bioinformatics.

Join the webinar on Friday! To learn more about the future of medical service

Current Healthcare System in Indonesia

According to Health System Review in Indonesia published by WHO in 2017, Indonesia is in the midst of a series of transitions, ranging from demographic and epidemiological, to social, economic and political. After decades of authoritarian and centralized government, Indonesia introduced reforms in 1998 to establish stable democratic government, with significant devolution of authority to provincial and district levels of government. Strong economic growth is leading the country towards middle-income status. 

However, government investment in the health system has been limited, leading to insufficient facilities and workforce needed for public services, and encouraging the growth of private health facilities. Problems of maternal and child health, nutrition and communicable diseases persist, while noncommunicable and chronic diseases are emerging as new priorities. There are significant regional disparities in terms of health status and in the quality, availability and capacity of health services. Decentralization has affected the capacity of the central Ministry of Health to maintain integration and alignment across the different levels of the health system. 

Government investment in health has increased since the economic downturn in 1997 with the increasing priority to create ‘social safety nets’ in the form of social health insurance programmes for the poor, culminating in the establishment of a universal social health insurance scheme (Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional or JKN) in 2014. The challenge for the government is to expand this scheme to achieve universal health coverage by 2019, while addressing regional disparities in service quality and accessibility, managing resources effectively, containing costs and minimizing fraud, engaging the private sector, and maintaining investment in health promotion and prevention programmes

DOWNLOAD THE FULL PUBLISHED ARTICLE HERE

Free E-Certificate

This event is open to the public and free of charge. i3L  certificates will be given to each participant after the webinar with an estimation around 2 weeks after the event. A certificate will be shared in a form of an e-certificate and will be sent through email. To be eligible for this, a participant must fill the attendance form during the webinar. Failure to do so, i3L will not be able to make an exception. More information on the attendance form will be shared during the webinar event. i3L strongly encourages all participants to join 30 minutes before the webinar starts to prevent any unwanted missing information.

i3L looks forward to seeing you on Friday! And do not forget to share this with your friends.

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