Policy of Primary Health Center as First Level Health Facility for Participants of Social Health Insurance Provider Sidoarjo – Indonesia

  •  Hadi Hadi Shubhan    
  •  Rr Herini Siti Aisyah    
  •  L. Budi Kagramanto    


In 2012 there were 200 cases of public service disputes to be criminalized in East Java. They occured as a logical consequence of Act Number 14 Year 2008 leading to some consequences that public service is required to give satisfaction to the society The problem of health services in Indonesia cannot be separated from the low competence of the medical personnel, infrastructure and medical equipment, human resources, and complex regulations which are not easy to implement. Due to the problem above, a research focused on such policies to improve the capacity building by optimizing the role of Primary Health Center (PHC) as First Level Health Facility (FLHF) especially for Participants Social Health Insurance Provider (SHIP) is highly considered to carry out. The Social Health Insurance Provider is a legal entity established to administer the Health Insurance program, and the Primary Health Center is a health service facility that organizes some efforts on public and individual health at the first level. In ensuring the satisfaction of adequate services, FLHF has been working with PHC as the implementer of health services for SHIP participants. Because of it, PHC becomes the forefront to provide the health services to the community, especially, to SHIP participants. To increase the satisfaction of SHIP participants, it is necessary to note and find some ways out to the problems related to the improvement of Human Resources, Health Facilities, Service system, Information and supervision.

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  • Issn(Print): 1927-5234
  • Issn(Onlne): 1927-5242
  • Started: 2012
  • Frequency: annual

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