The state-owned public transportation insurer Jasa Raharja, the Bali traffic police and five hospitals in Bali have all signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that should speed emergency treatment to victims of traffic mishaps on the island.
The Jakarta Post reports that the MoU provides for the immediate treatment of injured road accident victims at the following five hospitals: Sanglah General Hospital, Tabanan regional hospital, Bhayangkara police hospital, Puri Raharja private hospital and the Army hospital. The move is aimed at eliminating dangerous delays now encountered seeking payment guarantees so medical treatment can commence.
The MoU obliges the participating hospital to immediately commence medical treatment. In return, Jasa Raharja has agreed to pay the cost of medical treatments provided following a traffic accident when the subject bills are accompanied by a police accident report.
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