ASSOCIATION OF INDONESIA LOCAL HEALTH OFFICES (ADINKES)
The health challenge is getting bigger; various policies have been established for this, both at the national level and sub-national initiatives on the basis of autonomy. ADINKES is concerned to continue to be involved in assessing, providing inputs to stakeholders and as much as possible to pursue regional perspectives, i.e. Public Health Service and Health Service Facilities (especially Puskesmas) as the vanguard of health services to the community can be reflected and accommodated in the future health policy. As a government partner, ADINKES undertakes advocacy, socialization and facilitation efforts for the creation of sound health policies.
The increasing health challenge also demands continuous capacity building for all workers in the health sector. ADINKES supports and implements efforts to improve the capacity and competence of government affairs in the health sector.
Alhamdulillah, ADINKES is making updates for this website so that the future can be more informative for all health activists and especially ADINKES members throughout Indonesia. This website which we are presenting is also for communication and discussion between us all.
Hopefully, together we can do Health System Strengthening.
dr. Krishnajaya, MS
It is important for ADINKES to push the Puskesmas certainty as PPK BLUD in the future to strengthen Puskesmas services to the public
dr A Naisyah Tun Azikin
Ketua ADINKES SULSEL
Strengthening the capacity of Public Health Services in the regions for various policy demands is crucial to be better done in the future
dr. H. Achmad Kustijadi, M.Epid
Ketua ADINKES JABAR
Prevention of fraud on the implementation of JKN and the need for good cooperation of the parties in the region begins with cooperation at the national level
dr. Hj. REIHANA, M.Kes
Ketua ADINKES LAMPUNG