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Indonesia

Roche Diagnostics Indonesia

Present since 1987 | 17% market share in in vitro diagnostics

From 2018 – 2019

278+ diagnostics solutions received approval | 106+ million people benefitted from our diagnostic tools

The Healthcare Landscape in Indonesia

Indonesia is home to 264 million people, of which 84% are covered by the country’s Universal Health Coverage (UHC) program, Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN). JKN aims to provide all citizens with a range of health services through public or private health providers who opt into the program. 

Our contribution to Sustainability in Indonesia

  • Access to healthcare and diagnostics: We are committed to addressing the country’s unique barriers to support increased access for low income and vulnerable populations, particularly those in remote locations.
    • Strengthening healthcare capacity: Between 2017 and 2019, we organised a training program for 15 pathologists from ten National Cancer Service Centres across Indonesia. 
    • The value of diagnostics: Between 2018 and 2019, we conducted 48 initiatives to promote accurate and timely diagnosis. In partnership with the Indonesia Blood Bank, we implemented our blood safety solutions in 22 blood banks across the country in 2018 to ensure safe and reliable blood supply to patients. We enabled the blood banks to screen approximately 300,000 donations for infectious diseases each year.
  • Fostering a great workplace: Between 2018 and 2019, we conducted 18 employee initiatives, engaging more than 115 employees, of which 43% are women. We fostered better health and work-life balance among our employees and eligible family members through comprehensive medical coverages, fitness centre memberships and flexible working policies.
  • Meeting high standards of business ethics: Our employees are required to complete mandatory trainings on compliance, ethical business behaviour and operating procedures, and risk management, as well as adhere to our Directive on Integrity in Business, which includes anti-corruption and anti-bribery guidance.
  • Supporting communities: In 2018 and 2019, we raised over IDR 260 million in total to support the Red Nose Foundation and Rumah Harapan Indonesia, supporting more than 150 children, and engaging approximately 120 employees and their families.