Health workshop on “Development of Rights for Healthcare in JKN-KIS Era” held in Human Rights Study Center, C Building FH UNAIR (Photo: UNAIR NEWS)
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UNAIR NEWS – National Health Day on November 12, was celebrated by Human Rights Law Studies (HRLS) Faculty of Law  UNAIR by holding a health workshop. In the event, HRLS presided by Herlambang P. Wiratraman, collaborated with BPJS Watch of East Java to make it successful.

The workshop on “Development of Rights for Healthcare in JKN-KIS Era” was held in Human Rights Study Center, C Building FH UNAIR on Wednesday, November 9. The workshop this time was open to public and it was free of charge.

The speakers in the workshop were Michael Johans Latuwel (BPJS Central Healthcare Council) , Hari Putri Lestari (Head of LSM SAPU LIDI), DR. Kohar Santoso (Head of Health Agency of East Java), DR. H. Handaryo (Head of Division VII BPJS Healthcare Jatim), Abdul Kholik (Head of Regional Office BPJS Labor Jatim) and Agatha Retnosari (Member of Commission E DPRD East Java).

The first speaker was Michael of BPJS Central Healthcare, Michael explained that various things regarding public’s health have been handled by BPJS. After that Hari Putri Lestari said that some problems are in need of improvement regarding health development in East Java.

“The health development in East Java especially after this JKN era, needs some improvement such as on publicization on the system change. System change should be publicized well and it reached the lower level community so they won’t be confused with new things as if they happen suddenly,” said the woman known as Tari.

Tari also added that in ASKES era, it looked easier and more practical. Furthermore, Tari also believes that healthcare services are even declining. The conclusion of the workshop was more detailed laws and regulations regarding Healthcare Law are needed. (*)

Author: Pradita Desyanti
Editor: Nuri Hermawan

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