THE REASON FOR DOCTA
THE GLOBAL HEALTH CRISIS
The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that there is a worldwide shortage of around 4.3 million physicians, nurses, and allied health workers.
Governments and Healthcare providers have an obligation to provide equitable access to healthcare through cost-effective streamlined solutions, especially as the burden of communicable and non-communicable diseases continues to grow. Also given the growing need to improve services and be equipped to tackle global outbreaks such as currently being experienced with the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
By harnessing the power of innovation and strong strategic partnerships Docta endeavours to bring life changing solutions to remote, underserved and developing communities across the globe faster than ever before.
It is the mission of Docta to transform the healthcare landscape in developing economies and underserved communities across the globe by developing, sourcing and introducing system altering innovation, to close gaps in access and advance healthcare outcomes.
Our focus is to harness, adapt and implement innovative design, processes, technologies, and services to advance health outcomes for those that need it most.
There is a significant imbalance in the distribution of healthcare providers between urban and rural. This is one of the major difficulties facing health service provision globally, especially in Indonesia.
Achieving healthcare equity without significant cost or time delays is a significant challenge. Indonesia plans to address persistent disparities in access and quality through filling the remaining gaps in care coverage and improving quality of care through an expanded Primary, Secondary and Tertiary care networks.
This commitment to building healthcare services for all and the capacity to evolve, has continued to be evident through the series of financial reforms, ongoing efforts to address the growing demands from chronic disease and the threat of re-emerging diseases as well as creative approaches to expand physical access through broader engagement with Private providers.