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Sumber : Is the deployment of medical personnel in Indonesia has been uneven? It may be we are questioning.

Some days we, knowing the various sources that the Ministry of Health was brewing draft government regulation that could require the strategic power of health to be placed in remote areas. This is due, the gap distribution of health personnel between urban view remote areas remains a serious problem in every province. With the existing regulations could at least require doctors to work in one place. Health Manpower Development in Indonesia need to be further accelerated and strengthened implementation at central and regional synergy. Strengthening the development of health personnel is needed so that health development goals and objectives over the medium and long term can be achieved. National Long Term Development Plan or RPJPN 2005-2025, states that in the realization of human resources (HR) quality and competitive in order to improve the Human Development Index (HDI) of Indonesia, there are three main pillars, namely: health, education, and increased power public purchasing. For the period 2010-2014 Pillar Health Reform Health Development being undertaken is an effort of distribution, equity, and retention of health workers spread throughout Indonesia. This work is done by improving the quality of planning, production and utilization that guarantee the fulfillment of quantity, quality, and distribution of health human resources, especially in remote areas, left, border and island areas are supported by the strengthening of regulations including accreditation and certification. In conducting this effort are still many challenges that we face, namely: 1) development of health workers do not meet the need to support health development, 2) regulations to support health efforts are still limited, 3) planning of health manpower needs are still inadequate and not supported by system strong health information, 4) provision of health education is still not in accordance with the amount and type required, 5) quality of education and training of health personnel have been inadequate, 6) utilization, distribution, utilization and development of health workers have not been satisfactory, 7) coaching and quality control of health personnel has not been as expected, and 8) supporting resource development and empowerment of health workers, including health information systems is still limited.