May 23, 2018


The U.S. Chamber's Global Initiative on Health and the Economy in cooperation with the South East Asia Team hosted a conference in Jakarta, Indonesia on May 15 to highlight opportunities and frameworks for greater private sector support for Indonesia's health care goals.

Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani provided keynote remarks, along with Prof. Dr. Bambang P.S. Brodjonegoro, Minister of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS) and Dr. Untung Suseno Sutarjo, Secretary General, Ministry of Health. The government was well represented, including speakers from several agencies including BAPPANAS, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Finance, BKPM, University of Indonesia, and many others.

The event was cohosted with AmCham Indonesia and the World Bank. It included a closed door workshop focused on an open exchange of information between the government and private sector on preperations for a new regulatory framework for health care PPPs. As an outcome of this program, the Chamber has agreed to work with its government partners to convene a follow up dialogue that will focus on identifying priority sub-sectors and policy frameworks. You can view the final agenda


Presentations from the program are available at the links below:

  • Sri Bagus Guritno, Director of Public Private Partnerships and Financial Engineering, National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)[PRESENTATION]
  • Tamba Parulian Hutapea, Deputy Head for Investment Planning, Indonesia’s Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)[PRESENTATION]
  • Dr. Luky Alfirman, Directorate General for Financing and Risk Management, Ministry of Finance [PRESENTATION]
  • Men Jung Tjoe, Country Business Leader, 3M[PRESENTATION]
  • Vikram Rajan, World Bank[PRESENTATION]
  • Steven Harsono, IQVIA[PRESENTATION]