This report is designed to provide an overview of the medical technologies sector in Indonesia, which is valued at US$ 900 million. The country harbors ambitions to develop its local medtech sector, and local factories are starting to produce medical equipment such as laboratory tools, radiology equipment, operation tables, wheelchairs and patient beds. However, the contribution of local products to healthcare equipment today is only 6%. Indonesia remains highly reliant on imports for 94% of its medical and surgical instruments. The country has the fastest growing healthcare sector in South East Asia, given that the Indonesian national health insurance Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional or JKN has an ambitious goal to cover every Indonesian citizen by 2019. This is expected to create the need for 25,000 primary care clinics throughout Indonesia.
The country’s demand for advanced healthcare equipment is expected to increase significantly in the coming years, in tandem with the expansion of its private and public hospitals. This will offer large opportunities for medical device companies that can supply advanced healthcare equipment to the country. In Central Java alone, hospitals and healthcare clinics spend about IDR 1.2 trillion (USD 89.37 million) per year on medical equipment. Medical devices that are expected to be in high demand include surgical equipment, CT and MRI scanners, x-rays and medical imaging equipment, treatment equipment for cancer as well as medical disposables such as syringes and catheters.
The report starts with a short profile of Indonesia, then goes on to provide a descriptive analysis of Indonesia’s healthcare sector, from the healthcare trends shaping the market, to the healthcare infrastructure, as well as the role played by its government. Next to this more general introduction, the key characteristics of the medical technologies sector are presented, with a special focus on assistive technologies and ICT. We hope the report offers you a fresh perspective on the current landscape influencing the medical technologies sector in Singapore, and the range of opportunities it offers.
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