Since Millennium Development Goals have been terminated and changed towards Sustainable Development Goals, it is a new beginning for Indonesian’s health reform, giving a service for all the people of Indonesia, through collaboration between patients, doctors, and other paramedics. This paper will analyze the co-operation with collaborative governance perspective. The focus of this paper is in the stage of identifying a series of factors that are crucial within the collaborative process itself, that includes shared understanding as stated by Ansel and Gash (2007), and it is one important role in the SDGs. This paper will illuminate the collaboration required to attain an excellent level of healthcare, like at the National Health Service in United Kingdom. Eventually it recommends that the BPJS Kesehatan (Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial Kesehatan or Health-Social Security Administrator) must be in line and relevant to the concept of Collaborative Governance.
|Journal||Review of Integrative Business and Economics Research (RIBER)|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|