The Increase in Salary of Supervisary Board and BPJS Health Directors is an Ironic of Humanity

Jakarta, dpd.go.id - The issue of DJS deficit JKN program managed by BPJS Health, seems to have become a chronic disease that does not heal. Already had to enter the ER infused with "tobacco" liquid (do not try other patients, dangerous) was declared cured although still staggering out of the hospital.

That's how we compare the current situation of the Health BPJS. Hundreds of millions of people have been guaranteed to get health services through the JKN Program, but the Health BPJS itself since 2014 has suffered from a permanent disease that is "deficit".

the truth that needs to be addressed is the management of the BPJS itself in managing public money that is paid as BPJS membership premiums, both from the APBN, APBD and Mandiri contributions.

We can see for example, capitation payments to regional governments (pemda) of Rp. 2.5 trillion. It should no longer be given to regional governments but rather be used for services to patients. Moreover, in each regional budget there is a post budget for health sector spending, as well as in the state budget.

"So, it is better if the capitation fund given to the regional government is removed because of the waste of health insurance management funds," said Dailami Firdaus, a DPD RI member of the DKI Jakarta Electoral District.

Bang Dailami, the nickname of Prof. Dr. H Dailami Firdaus added that in addition to capitation funds, Bang Dailami also revealed that many hospitals did not match between the type of hospital with their facilities. There is a type C hospital but the facilities are not in accordance with the type, "said Bang Dailami who is also the chairman of the board of supervisors of the Indonesian Health Volunteers (Indonesian Partners).

Bang Dailami revealed, there were more than 600 hospitals found, with an overpayment value of more than Rp. 800 billion.

"This is clearly wasteful, so the Ministry of Health must tighten supervision of hospital accreditation so that the amount of medical treatment fees paid by BPJS is appropriate to the type of hospital," he said.

Bang Dailami regretted the government's plan to raise fees for participants, because it was not a solution that resolved the problem.

"It will cause new problems. Because it will be a burden on the cost of living in the midst of community income that does not increase," said Bang Dailami.

However, he also admitted that there were non-compliance of participants to pay BPJS premium contributions, especially in Non-Recipient Participants (PBPU) where only 51% paid regularly.

"From this condition, we can see in the midst of laziness fot the PBPU participants to pay dues, if the premium is raised, the PBPU participants will pay even more, which will pay regularly," said Dailami.

The non-compliance is caused more because the health services they receive at the hospital are not satisfactory. Many participants found it difficult to get the health services they needed.

Bang Dailami also highlighted the matter of increased allowances for the supervisory board (dewas) and BPJS directors. In the midst of the chaotic BPJS Health that continues to deficit, the government instead made a ridiculous decision by raising the allowance for the supervisory board and directors of BPJS.

In the new regulation, namely PMK No.112 / PMK.02 / 2019 which is a change from the previous regulation, giving benefits can be twice the salary or wages received by members of the supervisory board and members of the board of directors.

"I think this is a ridiculous policy, in the midst of the BPJS deficit and we are all thinking of a solution. In fact, the allowance for directors and BPJS directors will be doubled," said Bang Dailami.


14 Agustus 2019
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