Indonesian Health Economics Association (InaHEA) is an association of experts in the field of health economics in Indonesia. InaHEA is affiliated with International Health Economics Association (IHEA) that already existed as the biggest health economic forum in the world. Since 2014, InaHEA is consistent holding annual scientific meeting discussing various current issues related to health economic in Indonesia.

Our previous annual  scientific meetings were attended by hundreds of participants across nations. The conference papers were published by InaHEA with ISBN number. 

In 2017, InaHEA in collaboration with Department of Health Policy and Administration Faculty of Public Health Universitas Airlangga and Center for Health Economics and Policy Studies (CHEPS) Faculty of Public Health Universitas Indonesia proudly host the 4th Annual Scientific Meeting of InaHEA. The topic of this year annual meeting is “The 4th years Implementation of National Health Insurance in Indonesia”. There will be health economic workshop as the preliminary session. There are some themes offered as workshop for this pre annual scientific meeting. It will trained by many health economic experts in Indonesia. This workshop will be held in 13 September 2017 in Hotel Bumi, Surabaya.  


The annual scientific meeting in 14-15 September 2017 
will be hold plenary and parallel session . Distinguished experts in Health Economics across the world will deliver the discussion on plenary session. This discussion will be also attended by key decision makers in Indonesia. The 4th annual scientific meeting of InaHEA committee welcome research articles for oral or poster presentation to be presented in parallel session. The prospective participants are not only limited to academician. This annual scientific meeting also important for policy makers related to health service development, top and middle management of health institution, decision makers and NGO related to healthcare.  

 AIMS

1. To share information to improve health policies at the national and regional government and at institutions

2. To share information among institutions such as hospitals, health centers, pharmaceutical companies, etc

3. To exchange information among academicians.

  

SCOPE

 1. Health Economics: Economics Evaluation, Pharmacoeconomics, and Health Technology Assessment (HTA)

 2. Health Strengthening Systems: Human Resources for Health, Primary Care, Health Promotion and        Challenges in Health Care Services

3. Health Policy: Health Policy Planning, Health Policy Implementation and Health Policy Analysis

4. Health Financing: Health Care Financing, Planning, Funding, and Efficiency in Health Care Financing

5. National Health Insurances Implementation: Evaluation and Challenges of National Health Insurances Implementation

6. Economics of Tobacco Control: Impact of Tobacco Use on Poverty, Economic Development and Patterns of Tobacco Use by Poverty and Country Income Group