Transforming Healthcare Horizons in Indonesia
18th Nov 2023 | Time 10:00 - 18:00 (WIB)
Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia, IndonesiaMap

About HIC IDN 2023:

Indonesia is on a transformative journey to reshape its healthcare landscape, aiming to enhance accessibility, quality, and affordability for its large population. Through innovative initiatives and strategic reforms, the country is revolutionizing its healthcare system in both urban and rural areas. This includes investing in cutting-edge healthcare facilities, expanding medical services across the entire archipelago, and addressing infrastructure development. The focus is on bringing about improved health outcomes and an enhanced quality of life for the Indonesian people. In line with these efforts, the Hyper Interdisciplinary Conference is being organized in November 2023, bringing together various stakeholders to explore solutions that can further advance healthcare in Indonesia. This conference aims to connect different players in the healthcare industry to facilitate collaborations and drive positive change.

Calling for Participants

In the Hyper Interdisciplinary Conference, researchers, faculty, and students from academia can join the conference physically, and free of charge. If you would like to attend the conference, please register in the following link:

Calling for Presenters

The call for Poster Presenters is now open. Selected posters, will be invited for a 3-minute pitching slot in the Research Splash session. Researchers from any field are welcome to apply but those from the following fields are preferred:

  • Medical Technology
  • Healthcare and Well-Being
  • Food and Nutrition
  • 18th Nov

18th Nov(Sat.)10:00 - 18:00

Time Content
10:00-10:30 Opening ceremony

Keynote Session|Advancing healthtech towards medical inclusivity


Research Splash


Lunch Break


Poster Session


Session 2| Safeguarding Our Communities: Spreading Awareness on Infectious Diseases in Indonesia


Session 3| Tech Splash: Innovation and Technology in Healthcare


Session 4| Quality Food in Shaping Indonesia’s Next Generation


Award and Closing Ceremony

10:30 - 11:30
  • Main Hall
Session 1: Keynote | Advancing Healthtech towards Medical Inclusivity

Study had shown that medical access rate are significantly different among different regions and based on 6 demographic variables (age, gender, marital status, educational level, occupation and wealth). More efforts are needed to enable medical access from people from various demographic (Medical inclusivity). In this session, we want to illustrate the innovative health-technology that enables medical inclusivity. From this session, we want the audience to start developing ideas and collaborating to achieve medical inclusivity.

14:30 - 15:30
  • Main Hall
Session 2: Panel Discussion | Safeguarding Our Communities: Spreading Awareness on Infectious Diseases in Indonesia

Education is one of the key towards healthier environment. Yet, the rate of infectious disease such as Dengue is still high in Indonesia. In this session, we want to raise awareness on infectious disease to safeguard our communities. We invite speakers from different background to share their perspectives so that audience can start thinking about their own initiatives in this area.

15:30 - 16:30
  • Main Hall
Session3: Tech Splash | Innovation and Technology in Healthcare

The “Tech Splash” session will be a platform for startups to pitch and share their idea, technology, and product development related to improving the coastal economy and livelihood. The audience will be able to share their feedback on the products or technology to improve the R&D and to have a discussion where a potential collaboration could be created. All presenters will be given 5 minutes to pitch their startups and innovation to the audience, which will comprise various players from government agencies, local and international corporations, researchers and industries.

16:30 - 17:30
Session 4: Panel Discussion | Quality Food in Shaping Indonesia’s Next Generation

Indonesia’s Global Food Security Index (GFSI) 2022 shows that the quality and safety parameter of foods in Indonesia is still lacking, specifically in terms of micronutrient and protein quality.  As a country that rich in cultural foods and natural resources, we want to provide an opportunity in developing quality food to the audience in shaping the country’s future. We invited various stakeholders to highlights key areas for audience to engage and create a collaboration for their projects.