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  2. Cigarette excise in Indonesia - Wikipedia

    The BPJS Health report does show the total disease burden borne by national healthcare insurance, 21 percent of which are diseases caused by consumption of cigarettes such as ischemic, cerebrovascular heart disease, tuberculosis, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases. The increase of excise tariff every year always invites debate.

  3. Health in Indonesia - Wikipedia

    In 2014, Indonesia introduced its universal healthcare program, the Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN), which is provided by BPJS Kesehatan (Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial Kesehatan, Health Social Security Agency). It is currently covering over 200 million people. Around 20 million people in Indonesia is covered by private health insurance.

  4. Excise in Indonesia - Wikipedia

    Excise in Indonesia is a policy in Indonesia which mandates levies on certain goods that have certain characteristics, such as cigarettes, e-cigarettes, alcohol, and other tobacco and alcohol derivative products.

  5. Gojek - Wikipedia

    Go-Bills is a service to pay PLN electricity bills, purchase PLN electricity tokens, and pay BPJS insurance premiums. Go-Points is a loyalty program from Gojek. Users receive a token for each transaction and can redeem with rewards through the app.

  6. The Punisher (2004 video game) - Wikipedia

    The Punisher is an action adventure third-person shooter developed by Volition and published by THQ.It was released in 2005 for the Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, and Xbox; a mobile phone game was also developed by Amplified Games and released in 2004.

  7. Joko Widodo - Wikipedia

    Joko Widodo (Indonesian: [dʒɔkɔ widɔdɔ]; born 21 June 1961), popularly known as Jokowi, is an Indonesian politician and businessman who is the 7th and current president of Indonesia.

  8. List of countries with universal health care - Wikipedia

    Africa Algeria. Algeria operates a public healthcare system. It is a universal healthcare system as well. A network of hospitals, clinics, and dispensaries provide treatment to the population, with the Social Security system funding health services, although many people must still cover part of their costs due to the rates paid by the Social Security system unchanged since 1987.

  9. Jakarta - Wikipedia

    In January 2014, the Indonesian government launched a universal health care system called the Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN), which is run by BPJS Kesehatan. KJS is being integrated into JKN, and KJS cards are still valid as of 2018. As of 2021, 85.55% of the people of Jakarta is covered by JKN.