TEMPO Interactive, YOGYAKARTA:Ten hospitals in Indonesia are expected to be internationally accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) this year. The hospitals include RS Cipto Mangunkusumo, RS Jantung Harapan Kita, RS Kanker Dharmais and RSPAD Gatot Subroto in Jakarta, RSUP Dr Sardjito (Yogyakarta), RSUP Wahidin Sudiro Husodo (Makassar), RS Hasan Sadikin (Bandung), RSUP Adam Malik (Medan) and RSUP Sanglah (Bali). Supriyantoro said that currently, more Indonesians preferred to undergo medical treatment overseas. Based on the World Bank’s data, trillions of rupiah from Indonesian health funds is spent in other countries. “Indonesia’s medical equipment is as good as other countries,” said Supriyantoro. “The key is service, commitment and communication.” The JCI was chosen as it is the oldest institution and and is a benchmark body for international health standards. “JCI’s assessment component standard is needed to improve hospitals in Indonesia,” said Supriyantoro. PRIBADI WICAKSONO

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