Pengaruh FDI dan Free Flow of Services Sektor Kesehatan ASEAN Terhadap Kesiapan Menghadapi Pandemi COVID-19

https://doi.org/10.22146/jkki.57760

Mohamed Al Ghani(1*)

(1) University of Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Tingginya kesenjangan kondisi kesehatan dan hambatan dalam upaya perbaikan serta pemerataan sistem pelayanan kesehatan di negara-negara ASEAN dianggap dapat menghambat persiapan dalam menghadapi pandemi COVID-19. Untuk melihat variabel yang memiliki korelasi dengan kesiapan masing-masing negara dalam menghadapi pandemi, tulisan ini mencoba melihat pengaruh FDI Inflows dengan healthcare index suatu negara serta tingkat kesiapannya dalam menghadapi pandemi COVID-19. Hasilnya, ditemukan hubungan yang positif antara FDI Inflows dengan kualitas sektor kesehatan negara-negara ASEAN, serta tingkat health care index dengan tingkat kesiapan negara tersebut dalam menghadapi pandemi.

Kata kunci: kesenjangan, COVID-19, health care index, FDI inflows, kondisi kesehatan


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