Social Security Administering Body for the Health Sector
Indonesia
Asia and Pacific

Cross-field synergy in inspection and compliance enforcement in the formal sector

Implementation year
2019

Compliance of formal sector to register and pay for the contribution of workers is an on-going problem for Indonesia’s National Health Insurance Programme. To ensure optimal supervision and compliance check in the midst of the pandemic, Indonesia’s Social Security Administering Body for the Health Sector issued a technical guideline on compliance supervision and inspection of non-government employers in the new normal. The new Compliance Express for Companies (CoEx) is an innovation that does not change the business process but shortens the time required for compliance checks. This innovation aims to improve the contribution income of Social Security Administering Body for the Health Sector of Indonesia by protecting worker social security rights through corporate compliance to the National Health Insurance Programme.

With a broader financial scope and an increased rate of employer compliance, the innovation can realize universal health coverage and social protection of workers and the financial sustainability of Social Security Administering Body for the Health Sector of Indonesia. The New CoEx plays a role in realizing 48,000 examinations and generating additional contribution income of 93 million United States dollars (USD).

Topic:
Contribution collection and compliance