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Help Streamline Financial Facilities Flow, Bank Muamalat Becomes SCF BPJS Health Partner

Jakarta, (08/29/2018) - In order to expedite the financial flow of health facilities of BPJS Health partners, PT Bank Muamalat Indonesia Tbk (Bank Muamalat) is ready to establish synergy with BPJS health in terms of sharia financing facilities for supply chain financing (SCF) program.

The SCF program for health facilities BPJS Health is a bank financing program specifically given to health facilities partners BPJS Health to help accelerate the receipt of payment claims health services through the takeover of invoices before payment maturity. In addition to helping health facility liquidity to be maintained, SCF is also expected to be able to encourage health facilities to remain as optimal as possible to the participants of the Healthy Indonesia National Card-Health Insurance (JKN-KIS).

This cooperation agreement was marked by the signing of a memorandum of understanding between BPJS Kesehatan and Muamalat Bank represented by BPJS Health and Investment Director Kemal Imam Santoso and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bank Muamalat Achmad K. Permana, Wednesday (29/08). Also present was Director of Bank Muamalat Business Corporate Indra Yurana Sugiarto and Bank Muamalat Chief Risk Officer Avianto Istihardjo.

"Bank Muamalat is the first Islamic bank committed to implementing SCF for health facilities of BPJS partners. Currently a number of national and private banks are ready to provide the benefits of financing health care bills through SCF. This can be used by health facilities so that the liquidity of hospitals runs well," explained Kemal .

In accordance with the applicable legislation, BPJS Kesehatan is obliged to pay claims for services provided by health facilities to participants no later than 15 working days after the claim documents are received in full. This is an opportunity for Bank Muamalat to provide working capital financing facilities in the form of billing bills to health facilities as BPJS Health partners.
"The momentum of this signing is the inauguration of Bank Muamalat's commitment to support the government program for the benefit of the people. God willing, this effort is a form of service in expanding the reach of the community, especially the majority of Muslims who prioritize transactions according to the Shari'a, "Permana said.

Going forward, this collaboration between BPJS Health and Bank Muamalat is expected to continue in line with BPJS Health's efforts to realize a sustainable health service guarantee for all Indonesians.

As of August 10, 2018, there were 200,734,182 people in Indonesia who had become JKN-KIS program participants. In providing health services, BPJS Health Health has cooperated with 22,390 FKTP consisting of 9,884 Puskesmas, 5,058 Doctor of Individual Practices, 5,544 Non-Inpatient Clinics, 676 Inpatient Clinics, 21 Primary Class D Hospitals, and 1,207 Dentists. Meanwhile at the FKTRL level, BPJS Kesehatan has partnered with 2,424 Main Hospitals and Clinics, 1,579 Pharmacies, and 1,080 Optics.

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