The National Health Insurance Implementation: Socialization and the Readiness of Health Facility in South Konawe Regency 2014


The National Health Insurance (NHI) in Indonesia has been starting from 1st of January 2014 to gradually achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) through Executor Agency of Social Assurance (BPJS) as mandated by the Act to facilitate public access to quality health services. Society needs to know NHI to utilize the appropriate rights and obligations. This research was to find out implementation NHI in South Konawe. Qualitative research method through in-depth interviews with five key informants and eight regular informants, observation and searching of documents related to the implementation of health institutions NHI. Research instruments were in the form of a list of questions, the voice recorder — primary data collected through interviews and secondary data in documents. Then carried Editing and Coding on the results of the interview transcript. Conclusion and validity of the data with a method of triangulation. By using content analysis. Dissemination has been carried out by government officials and health workers in the community directly and indirectly through print media such as posters and brochures and electronic media throughout the health centers in South Konawe. BPJS has worked with 23 community health centers and a hospital unit. The number of Participants NHI in South Konawe 2014 as many as 58.42% of 280.086 inhabitants. The facilities and health personnel were generally adequate.
Implementation NHI in South Konawe still in the stage of stabilization towards UHC.

Keywords: National Health Insurance; readiness of health facility; socialization

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