Start: 1 January 2014
End: 31 December 2015
Completed - 100%
Publish date26 June 2020 10:56
This project is part of the international Decision Support Initiative (iDSI), an innovative global partnership between leading government institutions, universities, and think tanks in the field of healthcare priority-setting. iDSI uniquely provides intellectual insight with hands-on field expertise, and delivers peer-to-peer support to policymakers and international donors.
Indonesia was selected as a pilot country for the international Decision Support Initiative (iDSI) demonstration project. The pilot project is to focus on building HTA capacity in Indonesia as well as for the Access and Delivery Project (ADP) of PATH International. In this effort the local team from Indonesia’s Health Technology Assessment Committee (HTAC) were to carry out the following evaluations:
These studies are expected to help inform the development of HTA and Indonesia’s HTA National Implementation Plan for the next 5-10 Years. The National Implementation plan is to become a roadmap that emphasizes the following areas of work: curative health, public health needs, facilitating access of health technology to both public and curative health, and optimizing the use of safe, rational health technologies.
The Indonesia pilot project under iDSI aims to provide policymakers with coordinated support in priority setting as a means to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC). The project also aims to institutionalize HTA organizations in Indonesia.