Implementation of national health insurance policy through the social security implementing agency health during the pandemic the Covid-19
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The Covid-19 pandemic has significantly impacted global health, notably in Indonesia. The Indonesian government reacted swiftly to the increase in cases by implementing strategic measures to sustain the health and economic recovery momentum and combat the pandemic's huge expansion. This necessitates the Indonesian government takes extraordinary policy measures to address health issues, protect the general public with social security, and defend the business sector as a top priority. This study aims to describe the Social Security Administration Agency's implementation of health insurance policies during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia. This study utilizes cross-sectional data and a Likert scale questionnaire to obtain information. During the Covid-19 epidemic, the development of national health insurance policies must be founded on the state's responsibility to meet the people's safety and fundamental needs through comprehensive health care. The research is new to the academic literature, and its findings establish a novel relationship. The study has theoretical and practical implications for enhancing Indonesia's health care. The recommended future directions for this research are reasonable for contributing significantly to future research.
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