Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The government will remove classes 1, 2 and 3 that have been applied to BPJS Health membership. Later, the format that will apply is the standard class of hospitalization (KRIS). What about participation fees?
“Also, regarding the contribution, there is currently no talk about changing the contribution,” Pps Budiman, PR manager of BPJS Kesehatan, told CNBC Indonesia a while ago.
“The plan and the amount of contributions are still the same as before. Referring to Presidential Regulation number 64 of 2020 concerning the second amendment to Presidential regulation number 82 of 2018 concerning health insurance, that the amount of contributions is determined in depending on the type of participation of each participant in the JKN program,” he explained.
Arif said that for the poor and disadvantaged who are registered as participants in the PBI, the fee is Rp. 42,000 is paid by the central government with the contribution from the regional government depending on the fiscal strength of each region.
Photo: Infographic/BPJS Health Standard Classroom/Edward Ricardo Sianturi
In addition, for PPU participants (salaried workers) or formal workers, whether public administrators such as ASN, TNI, POLRI or private workers, the contribution amount is 5% of salary. , the details of 4% being paid by the employer and 1% by the workers. For the calculation of this contribution, the lower limit i.e. the district/city minimum wage and the upper limit of Rs 12 million applies.
“So calculating dues from a person’s income only applies to the PPU membership type, formal workers who receive a regular salary from their employers,” he added.
Finally, participants in the informal sector who do not have a fixed income are grouped into PBPU (Non-Wage Recipient Workers) and BP (Non-Workers) participants. For this type of participation, participants can choose the amount of the contribution they wish. Class 1 is Rp. 150,000 per person per month, class 2 is Rp. 100,000 per person per month and for class 3 is Rp. 35,000 per person per month.
It should also be noted that specifically for Class 3, PBPU has indeed received government aid in the amount of Rp. 7,000 per person per month, so the total is actually Rp. 42,000.
“So for someone who has no income or has no income, they can choose to be a PBPU participant with their choice of class 1, 2 or 3. PBI participants whose dues are paid by the government,” he concluded.
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