Indonesian Market

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Fact & Figures

Land area: 699,548 sq mi (1,811,831 sq km); total area: 741,096 sq mi (1,919,440 sq km)
Population (2010 est.): 242,968,342 (growth rate: 1.1%); birth rate: 18.4/1000; infant mortality rate: 28.9/1000; life expectancy: 71.0; density per sq km: 130
Water Area: 93.000 sq.km

Capital City: Jakarta (pop. 9.3 million)

Climate: Tropical 260 – 330 C. Average relative humidity between 70% and 80%

Credit Cards: Major cards including Master Cards, Visa and American Express accepted in large cities and tourist areas.

Currency: Rupiah (average exchange rate per year 2010) is Rp. 9.000/ US$ 1.

Electricity: 220 Volts

Government: Democracy

Languages: Bahasa Indonesia (official), English, Dutch, Javanese, and more than 580 other languages and dialects
Ethnicity/race: Javanese 45%, Sundanese 14%, Madurese 7.5%, coastal Malays 7.5%, other 26%
Religions: Islam 88%, Protestant 5%, Roman Catholic 3%, Hindu 2%, Buddhist 1% (1998)
National Holiday: Independence Day, August 17
Major Products/ Industries: Petroleum, Natural Gas, Textiles, Timber, Coal, Tin, Rubber, Tea, Cacao, Pepper, Palm, Oil, Tourism.

Newspapers: the Jakarta Post, a local English-language daily, a local China-language daily is available in larger cities and tourist area. The International Herald Tribune, Asian Wall Street Journal and USA Today can be found in better bookstores and hotels in main cities.

Official Name: Republic Indonesia

Seasons: Wet season (Oct – Apr) and dry season (May – Sept). Heaviest rainfall generally occurs in Dec and Jan.

Time: There are three time zones in Indonesia, Jakarta and the rest of Java fall in Western Standard Time, which is 7 hours ahead of GMT. Central Indonesia Standard Time is 9 hours ahead of GMT and includes Bali. Eastern Indonesia Standard Time equals GMT plus 9 hours.

Weight and Measures: Metric System

Historically, health care provision in Indonesia has been considered as the legitimate and necessary role of government. Although the role of the private sector in health care Indonesia (private not for profit hospitals) have been here in over a century, but not until recently that the private sector participation more prominent in supporting the government especially in hospital industry.

Nevertheless the role of the government is still predominant as a policy maker, regulator, resources provider, fonder, services provider, employer, purchaser and payer.

THE GROWTH OF HOSPITALS

Amongst 1.246 hospitals through out the country, thirty six percent are belong to central and local government hospitals with 63.739 beds. 9.7% are military hospitals with 10.775 beds, 5.9% are state-owned business enterprise hospitals with 6.729 beds and 48.4% are faith and private organizations hospitals with 48.791 beds. At the end of 2004, there were 1.246 hospitals operating (privates and publics) with 132.231 beds.

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Year

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Number of Hospital

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1246

1268

1292

1319

1320

1370

1520

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT MARKET

With a population of over 220 million inhabitants Indonesia belongs to one of the biggest markets for medical equipment. The import quote of 80% shows that Indonesia is still dependent on foreign equipment. This is the case as local made ones are still lacking both quantitative as well as qualitative aspects. Private run or organized hospitals and laboratories still make up the major consumers for medical equipment

 
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Supported By

  • BALAI SIDANG JCC
  • BIMATAMA TOUR
  • IDI WEST JAKARTA
  • IECA / ASPERAPI
  • IHA / PERSI
  • Institut Keselamatan Pasien Rumah Sakit (IKPRS)
  • IRSJAM
  • KIM (PT. Kusuma Inti Murti)
  • PENGURUS PERSI DAERAH JAWA TIMUR
  • PENGURUS PERSI DAERAH SUMATERA UTARA
  • PENTAWIRA
  • PERSI
  • ROGERS KINERJA GEMILANG
  • Samudra Dyan Peraga Medan
  • Santika Premiere Dyandra Hotel & Convention Medan
  • Wanindo Prima
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