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インドネシアの医療市場:地域別動向

Understanding Indonesia's Regional Health Markets

発行 Espicom Business Intelligence 商品コード 256523
出版日 ページ情報 英文 168 Pages
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インドネシアの医療市場:地域別動向 Understanding Indonesia's Regional Health Markets
出版日: 2013年12月31日 ページ情報: 英文 168 Pages
概要

インドネシアは、ASEAN共同体における経済大国です。インドネシアの課題は、経済成長の恩恵によって、2億3,700万の住民に対し、十分なレベルの医療を確実に提供することです。

当レポートでは、インドネシアの医療市場について調査分析し、国の政治・経済的背景、国/地域別の人口動態、医療制度・医療インフラ・医療費・医療従事者などの動向、地域別の医療ニーズと市場機会などをまとめて、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

サマリー

地理

政治・経済的背景

  • 政治
  • 経済

人口動態

  • 人口
  • 人口指標
  • 罹患率
    • 伝染病
      • HIV/AIDS
    • 非伝染病
  • 死亡率

医療部門

  • 組織
  • 医療費
  • 医療インフラ
  • プライマリーケア
  • 病院施設
  • 病院活動
    • 帝王切開
    • 歯科治療
  • 医療従事者

州のデータ比較

  • スマトラ
    • アチェ州
    • 北スマトラ州
    • 西スマトラ州
    • リアウ州
    • ジャンビ州
    • 南スマトラ州
    • ブンクル州
    • ランプン州
    • バンカ・ブリトゥン州
    • リアウ諸島州
  • ジャワ
    • ジャカルタ首都特別州
    • 西ジャワ州
    • 中部ジャワ州
    • ジョグジャカルタ特別州
    • 東ジャワ州
    • バンテン州
  • ヌサ・トゥンガラ
    • バリ州
    • 西ヌサ・トゥンガラ州
    • 東ヌサ・トゥンガラ州
  • カリマンタン(ボルネオ)
    • 西カリマンタン州
    • 中部カリマンタン州
    • 南カリマンタン州
    • 東カリマンタン州
  • スラウェシ
    • 北スラウェシ州
    • 中部スラウェシ州
    • 南スラウェシ州
    • 南東スラウェシ州
    • ゴロンタロ州
    • 西スラウェシ州
  • マルク
    • マルク州
    • 北マルク州
  • パプア
    • 西パプア州
    • パプア州

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Product Code: RM235

Abstract

Often overshadowed by its larger Asian neighbours such as China and Japan, Indonesia is the largest economy in the ASEAN community. With a young and fast growing population, Indonesia's challenge is to ensure that the benefits of its rapidly growing economy are more effectively utilised in providing a good level of healthcare to its 237 million inhabitants.

Any assessment of Indonesia must consider the geographic diversity of the country and the economic and demographic dynamics that are influencing the development of the health market.

  • How is wealth distributed regionally?
  • Which regions produce the highest levels of GDP and does that relate to health spending?
  • What role is played by private healthcare?
  • How is the population distributed?
  • How is healthcare organised and delivered?

Identifying opportunities and assessing risk in Indonesia's health economy requires being able to see the economic performance and health infrastructure at a regional as well as national level.

Rich in statistics, charts and maps, this new 150-page report from Espicom Understanding Indonesia's Regional Health Markets takes you further into understanding the national and regional health environments and their needs.

Drill down into Indonesia's regional health markets and better understand the opportunities and challenges.

  • Indonesia Pharmaceutical Market
  • Indonesia Medical Device Market

Indonesia's economy may have tripled over the last 10 years but low levels of investment in healthcare are still leaving much unmet clinical need, especially in the poorer rural areas.

KEY FACTS

  • The Republic of Indonesia is an archipelago of over 17,500 islands (around 6,000 or 34% of which are inhabited) located in Southeast Asia, with a total land area of over 1.9 million square kilometres, which makes it the 15th largest country in this respect.
  • Indonesia is an emerging economy that is expected to grow at a relatively strong real GDP of 5.9% in 2012 which should see it reach a total value of US$915.1 billion. This makes it the largest economy in the ASEAN region.
  • Indonesia has a largely young population; only 5.0% of the total was aged 65 or over in 2010. This is considered low compared to most advanced economies but similar to other fast growing and developing countries in South East Asia.

A growing population but health indicators are poor

The Indonesian birth rate was 18.2 per thousand population in 2010. This is high by world standards, amongst the top 20, but is similar to that found in other countries in South East Asia. The death rate, estimated at 7.1 per thousand population in 2010, is considered average in the Asia Pacific region and very close to the rate found in Vietnam. Infant mortality was estimated at 27 per thousand live births and very high by world standards, higher than the rates of neighbouring Malaysia (6.4 per thousand live births) and Philippines (9.1) but lower than that found in some Asian and African countries. The average life expectancy for males and females, at 66 and 71 years respectively, is considered below average by world standards. Nearly half the population is under 30 and the largest cohort (23.2 million) are aged 5-9 despite high infant and children mortality rates.

Health Expenditure...

In 2010, the total health expenditure in Indonesia was estimated at Rp 169,115.3 billion (US$18.6 billion). In per capita terms, this averaged Rp 711,641 per resident, equal to US$78. Health expenditure accounted for just 3.2% of total GDP, which is low even for a developing country. According to the WHO, spending was 51% in the private sector and 49% in the public sector.

It is interesting to note that while Jakarta's per capita health spend is US$316, the poorer regions are less than US$20 - a figure which demonstrates the challenge facing authorities charged with providing even the most basic level of health care.

..and Health Organisation

Currently being reorganised, the responsibility for healthcare at the provincial level is shared between the MoH and the provincial officer. Each province has a provincial health officer who reports to the MoH, and the Provincial Governor. The provincial health administration is responsible for the supervision of health facilities, personnel training and the implementation of healthcare programmes.

At district level, a district medical officer reports to the provincial health officer. The main responsibility of the district health administration lies in the provision of primary healthcare, drug distribution, disease control programmes and community health education.

Table of Contents

  • Summary
  • Geography
  • Political and Economic Background
  • Politics
  • Economy
  • Demography
  • Population
  • Demographic Indicators
  • Morbidity
    • Communicable Diseases
      • HIV/AIDS
    • Non-communicable Diseases
  • Mortality
  • Healthcare Sector
  • Organisation
  • Health Expenditure
  • Health Insurance
  • Primary Care
  • Hospital Facilities
  • Hospital Activity
    • Caesarean Section
    • Dental Treatments
  • Medical Personnel
  • Provincial Data Comparisons
  • Sumatra
    • Aceh
    • North Sumatra
    • West Sumatra
    • Riau
    • Jambi
    • South Sumatra
    • Bengkulu
    • Lampung
    • Bangka Belitung Islands
    • Riau Islands
  • Java
    • Jakarta
    • West Java
    • Central Java
    • Special Region of Yogyakarta
    • East Java
    • Banten
  • Nusa Tenggara
    • Bali
    • West Nusa Tenggara
    • East Nusa Tenggara
  • Kalimantan (Borneo)
    • West Kalimantan
    • Central Kalimantan
    • South Kalimantan
    • East Kalimantan
  • Sulawesi
    • North Sulawesi
    • Central Sulawesi
    • South Sulawesi
    • South East Sulawesi
    • Gorontalo
    • West Sulawesi
  • Maluku
    • Maluku
    • North Maluku
  • Papua
    • West Papua
    • Papua
  • Data Sources

List of Tables

  • Division of Administrative Authority by Province, 2010
  • Indonesian GDP and Real Growth, 2002-12
  • GDP by Province, Overall and Per Capita, 2010 (Rp & US$)
  • Underdeveloped Regencies and Cities in Indonesia, 2010
  • Distribution of Urban & Rural Populations Falling Below the Poverty Line, 2010
  • Regional Urban and Rural Poverty Lines based on Minimum Monthly Salary 2010 (Rupiah)
  • Regional Urban and Rural Poverty Lines based on Minimum Monthly Salary 2010 (US$)
  • Population, Area Size and Density by Province, 2010
  • Gender Breakdown of Population, 2010
  • Average Population Growth Rate by Province, 1971-2010
  • Population by Age Group, 2010
  • Population by Age Group & Gender Split, 2010
  • Principal Demographic Indicators, 2009-2010
  • Average Life Expectancy at Birth by Province, 2009
  • Mortality Rates of Infants and Children Under Five by Province, 2007
  • Percentage of Households with Access to Good Quality Drinking Water by Province, 2010
  • Percentage of Households with Access to Toilet Facilities by Province, 2010
  • Prevalence of Smoking Amongst Residents Aged 15 and Over by Province, 2010
  • Starting Age of Smokers/Tobacco Chewers by Age Group & Province, 2010
  • Reported Cases of Malaria by Province, 2010
  • Reported Leprosy Cases by Type and Province, 2010
  • Reported Cases of Measles by Province, 2010
  • Reported Cases of Diphtheria by Province, 2010
  • Non-Polio AFP Cases by Province, 2010
  • Reported Cases, Deaths and Incidence Rates of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever by Province, 2010
  • Unusual Epidemic Type Outbreaks of Diarrhoea, Cases and Deaths, 2010
  • Number of Chikungunya Cases by Province, 2010
  • Cases of Rabies and Lyssavirus Infections by Province, 2010
  • Filariasis Cases by Province, 2006-2010
  • Leptospirosis Cases and Deaths by Province, 2010
  • Human Anthrax Cases by Region, 2010
  • Bird Flu Cases and Deaths by Province, 2005-2010
  • Cases of AIDS, New, Cumulative, Deaths and Incidence Rates Per 100,000 Population by Province, 2010
  • AIDS Infections via Intravenous Drug Use (IDU) by Province, 2010
  • Deaths & Injuries by Disasters by Type, 2010
  • Estimated Health Expenditure by Province, Overall and Per Capita, 2010
  • Estimated Health Expenditure by Province, Overall by Ranking (US$ Millions), 2010
  • Estimated Per Capita Health Expenditure by Province, by Rank, 2010
  • Health Insurance Policies by Provider, 2010
  • Health Insurance Policies by Provider and Province, 2010
  • Top 10 Outpatient Visits to Public Hospitals, 2010
  • Local Health Centres (Puskesmas) by Province, 2006-2010
  • Local Health Centres (Puskesmas) and Other Sub-Units by Province, 2010
  • General & Specialist Hospitals by Province, 2010
  • Public & Private Sector Hospitals by Type & Province 2010
  • Public Sector Hospitals by Management & Province, 2010 (Table 1 of 3 - Ministry of Health & Provincial Authorities)
  • Public Sector Hospitals by Management & Province, 2010 (Table 2 of 3 - Armed Forces & Police)
  • Public Sector Hospitals by Management & Province, 2010 (Table 3 of 3 - Other Ministries & Public Sector Organisations) Hospitals Beds by Type, 2006-2010
  • General Hospital Beds by Management, 2006-2010
  • Specialist Hospitals & Beds by Type, 2006-2010
  • Hospitals Beds by Province, 2010
  • Total Inpatient Discharges and Length of Stay in Public Hospitals by Province, 2010
  • Percentage of Births by Emergency Caesarean Sections by Province, 2010
  • Dental Treatments by Type at Public Healthcare Facilities by Province, 2010 (Table 1 of 3)
  • Dental Treatments by Type at Public Healthcare Facilities by Province, 2010 (Table 2 of 3)
  • Dental Treatments by Type at Public Healthcare Facilities by Province, 2010 (Table 3 of 3)
  • Physicians & Dentists by Province, 2010
  • Nurses & Midwives by Province, 2010
  • Pharmacists by Province, 2010
  • Other Health Professionals by Province, 2010
  • Doctors & Dentists at Local Health Centres (Puskesmas) by Province, 2010
  • Nurses & Midwives at Local Health Centres (Puskesmas) by Province, 2010
  • Pharmacists at Local Health Centres (Puskesmas) by Province, 2010
  • Other Health Professionals at Local Health Centres (Puskesmas) by Province, 2010
  • Aceh: Key Healthcare Data
  • North Sumatra: Key Healthcare Data
  • West Sumatra: Key Healthcare Data
  • Riau: Key Healthcare Data
  • Jambi: Key Healthcare Data
  • South Sumatra: Key Healthcare Data
  • Bengkulu: Key Healthcare Data
  • Lampung: Key Healthcare Data
  • Bangka Belitung Islands: Key Healthcare Data
  • Riau Islands: Key Healthcare Data
  • Jakarta: Key Healthcare Data
  • West Java: Key Healthcare Data
  • Central Java: Key Healthcare Data
  • Special Region of Yogyakarta: Key Healthcare Data
  • East Java: Key Healthcare Data
  • Banten: Key Healthcare Data
  • Bali: Key Healthcare Data
  • West Nusa Tenggara: Key Healthcare Data
  • East Nusa Tenggara: Key Healthcare Data
  • West Kalimantan: Key Healthcare Data
  • Central Kalimantan: Key Healthcare Data
  • South Kalimantan: Key Healthcare Data
  • East Kalimantan: Key Healthcare Data
  • North Sulawesi: Key Healthcare Data
  • Central Sulawesi: Key Healthcare Data
  • South Sulawesi: Key Healthcare Data
  • South East Sulawesi: Key Healthcare Data
  • Gorontalo: Key Healthcare Data
  • West Sulawesi: Key Healthcare Data
  • Maluku: Key Healthcare Data
  • North Maluku: Key Healthcare Data
  • West Papua: Key Healthcare Data
  • Papua: Key Healthcare Data
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