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SMS Sex Education

SMS Sex Education is a free hotline service that allows teenagers and others with mobile phones to ask questions about sex and reproductive health to doctors over text message.

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Public Health and Malaria Control (PHMC) Integrated Program

In 1992, a mining company called PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) launched the Public Health and Malaria Control (PHMC) program in combination with its infrastructure projects in the lowland areas. The program is implemented by PTFI and Lembaga Pengembangan Masyarakat Amungme dan Amoro (LPMAK).

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The Family Clinic

Kusuma Buana Foundation (KBF) is a private non-profit that provides low-cost family clinics for urban communities.

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Free Health Services for the Poor (Layanan Kesehatan Cuma-Cuma (LKC))

Free Health Services (Layanan Kesehatan Cuma-Cuma/LKC) represents a network of clinics (from Dhompet Dhuafa), which are allocated to the Dhuafa community with the goals of assisting the poor, as well as to create partnerships, advocate and empower community health.

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Dengue Fever Insurance

The Dengue Fever Insurance Card is a low-cost, easy-to-use health insurance card that people can buy in convenience stores to cover dengue fever, a very common illness in Indonesia.

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Community-Based Disabled Rehabilitation Program

YAKKUM is a faith based organization working for the disabled. YAKKUM is integrated with a number of associate hospitals including Bethesda, Panti Rapih, Panti Waluyo, Panti Ludira, and Yakkum Emergency Unit (YEU) and ACT Alliance.

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Jamkesmas Scheme

In 2004, Indonesia introduced the first phase of its plan to achieve universal health coverage through a mandatory public health insurance scheme, Askeskin, which in 2008 evolved into Jamkesmas, an MoH-run "insurance" program which covers over 76.4 million poor Indonesians.

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LiveConsult

LiveConsult is a virtual clinic providing round-the-clock access to a medical doctor using information communications technology.

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Total Health Village

The Total Health Village is an innovative program that facilitates self-empowerment so that communities are able to solve their own problems.

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Electronic Health Record (EHR) Hospital Information System at Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (RSUPNCM)

The Electronic Health Record (EHR) at RSCM enables the electronic recording of patients’ medical history, including demographic information, physical examination, supporting examination results (laboratory, radiology), and medication history.

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Save a Life Team Emergency Response Training

Medic One provides free, Basic Life-Supporting First Aid (LSFA) to young people aged 13-17 years old and public school teachers. The program aims to inform and change the behavior, attitudes and responses to emergencies.

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TAMADERA Micro Health Insurance

TAMDERA is a micro-insurance program that combines life insurance with a savings plan. Policyholders pay premiums for 5 years and they are guaranteed protection against many conditions, and other benefits including hospital care coverage. If no claims are made after 5 years, premiums are returned.

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Mitrais Medical Suite (MMS) Hospital Information System for Public Hospitals

MMS-HIS includes non-clinical and clinical information functions and features that support clinical decision support software (CDSS) and capacity by identifying drug interaction. The features include the Electronic Medical Record (EMR), Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE), and e-prescription.

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U-Report

U-Report is a social monitoring tool designed for youth and other community members to strengthen community led development and citizen engagement in the health sector

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OPENSRP: Open Smart Register Platform

Open Smart Register Platform (OpenSRP) offers a government-owned and -operated enterprise-grade solution to improve primary health care service delivery,strengthen accountability, and generate real-time data for improved monitoring and evaluation.

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Free Medical Check Up and Low Cost Pap-Smears Program at Siloam Hospitals

Through the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funds, Siloam Hospitals has had a health care service program in which they provide free medical check-ups and low-cost pap smears.

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Hospital Management Program (HMP)

HMP is an effort to develop and upgrade the quality and efficiency of hospital services through four steps: (1) increase accountability, (2) cost effectives (3) sustainability (4) quality assurance. Adopting the WHO regional Europe theoretical model for hospital performance and guiding principles

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Rachel House Pediatric Palliative Care

Rachel House is a non-profit organization that provides palliative care for children from poor families between the ages of 0-18 years old with terminal illnesses such as cancer and HIV/AIDS. RH is the first pediatric palliative care organization in Indonesia.

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The Islamic Social Clinic for Medical Services (IMS)

IMS is a cross subsidy system from the prosperous community to the poor community that has continued to develop into a health insurance service.

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Klinik ASRI

Health In Harmony (HIH), a U.S.-based non-profit organization, is supporting Indonesian communities by linking healthcare with rainforest conservation.

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Yayasan Kanker Indonesia (YKI)

The Indonesian Cancer Foundation (Yayasan Kanker Indonesia/YKI) is a social and humanitarian organization which strives to prevent cancer, especially for the disadvantaged populations.

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