Indonesia: HIS Indicators


MEASURE Evaluation is compiling the country profiles on this site for 30 HIS indicators. As of August 2017, we had located the following indicators for Indonesia. Indicator definitions can be found here:

Please check back in this Resource Center as we continue to expand the indicators of HIS strengthening, or click here to provide comments and suggestions.





1. National health strategy

Current (2015–2019)

Rencana Strategis Kementerian Kesehatan Tahun 2015-2019

2. Health sector M&E plan

Not current (2010–2014)

Found expired M&E plan “Evaluasi Paruh Waktu-RPJMN 2010–2014” in Indonesian.

3. HIS policy




4. HIS strategic plan




5. Country has set of core health indicators

Yes (2014)

Found on pages 66–67 of expired M&E plan (2014). Report is not in English.

6. National HIS coordinating body





7. Country has master facility list




8. Conducted HMN assessment

Completed (2007)

Indonesia Health Information System

Review and Assessment

9. Population census within the last 10 years

Yes (2010)


10. Availability of national health surveys 

MICS4 (2011) and DHS (2012)

MICS4 (2011) was conducted in selected districts of Papua and West Papua. MICS2 (2000) was conducted in Indonesia as a whole.

11. Completeness of vital registration (births and deaths)

25.3% live births and 5.2% deaths. Source is not civil registration but considered reliable by UN Stats.


12. Country has electronic system for aggregating routine facility and/or community service data

Yes, nationally

Country is not listed on DHIS 2 link provided, but found link indicating country has electronic HMIS "SIKNAS."

13. Country has national statistics office



14. National health statistics report (annual)




15. Country has website for health statistics with latest data available

Yes, updated but has no recent health report


16. DQA conducted on prioritized indicators aligned with most recent health sector strategy




17. PRISM assessment conducted in any regions/districts

Not conducted

Country is not listed.

18. Percentage of facilities represented in HMIS information




19. Proportion (facility, district, national) offices using data for setting targets and monitoring




20. Measles coverage reported to WHO/UNICEF

WHO/UNICEF estimate = 76; Official government estimate = 88

See page 8. WHO/UNICEF estimates of immunization coverage: 2016 revision

21. Number of institutional deliveries available by district, and published within 12 months of preceding year




22. Existence of policies, laws, and regulations mandating public and private health facilities/ providers to report indicators determined by the national HIS




23. Availability of standards/guidelines for RHIS data collection, reporting, and analysis




24.Presence of procedures to verify the quality of data (accuracy, completeness, timeliness) reported




25.RHIS data collection forms allow for disaggregation by gender




26. At least one national health account completed in last 5 years

Not available (2002-2004)

The Indonesian National Health Accounts, Year 2002 - 2004

27. National database with health workers by district and main cadres updated within last 2 years




28. Annual data on availability of tracer medicines and commodities in public and private health facilities




29. e-health strategy




30. Completeness of disease surveillance reporting