InHealth is a subsidiary of state insurance firm PT Asuransi Kesehatan (Askes) which provides services to non-public-sector workers
PT Indonesian Health Insurance (InHealth) is soon going to have rights to partner with 61 major state hospitals in Indonesia – reported in The Jakarta Post.
The venture of Inhealth with state hospitals was entirely the plans laid out by the government.
Muhammad Said Didu, Secretary to the state-owned enterprises Minister, said: “We have about 61 state hospitals with 6,000-odd rooms. We have selected InHealth to be the insurance provider for those hospitals.”
Rosa Cristiana Ginting, President and Director, InHealth, said: “Several state hospitals, including Pertamina Hospital in South Jakarta, Pupuk Kaltim Hospital in Kalimantan, and Pusri Hospital in South Sumatra, were already company clients. The company booked Rp 20 billion (US$2 million) in premiums from new insurance policy holders. The company was targeting a net Rp 1 trillion in total premiums by the end of the year, up from the Rp 700 billion garnered last year.”
InHealth is a subsidiary of state insurance firm, PT Asuransi Kesehatan (Askes), which provides services to non-public-sector workers.