Center for Health Policy and Management (CHPM) is a research and consultation center under the structure Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada. CHPM conducts research, consultation, networking, advocacy & dissemination, and training based on the four main pillars: service provision, regulation, health financing and human resource development. This framework is applied in conducting activities for both public and private service provider institutions, bureaucratic/government organizations, building collaboration with various universities and international organizations, and organizing seminar, training, research and dissemination and workshop in health service management.
As part of a national networking, CHPM works closely and supports district hospital association, hospital
association, private hospital association, provincial/district health office association, NGOs, quasi-government organizations, and other associations in health service management. We also have a wide range of network in the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Home Affairs, Provincial Governments, and District Governments. Due to our attachment to the University and Graduate School of Public Health, we also have more than 3000 alumni across the country; some of them are District Mayors, and many more holding key positions in the local and central Government. These alumnies are still in close contact and willing to collaborate with us.
Our activities consist of various activities such as researches, consultancies, in-house training, seminars
and workshops. Results from consultation and research project activities are also disseminated through the Health Decentralization newsletter, mailing groups, and the Indonesian Health Service Management journal (nationally accredited journal) and International Journal publication.
The strategic development and quality system control is conducted by the Board governance that consists
of professors within the Faculty. The Board member also supervise every research and consulting. Board members are Public Health Department, Graduate Program in Hospital Management, Graduate Program in Health Policy and Management, Graduate Program in Maternal and Child Health, Pharmacology and Toxicology Department, Nursing Department, and Surgical Department for Disaster Management.