Pipit is an authority on the Indonesian government’s approach to foreign investment in the health sector and the roles of the legislature, executive branch and nongovernmental organizations in driving public health policy. She is deeply in tune with Indonesia’s policy and industrial developments and the views and influence of various sectoral stakeholders.
Pipit has extensive, long-standing relationships with government and quasi-government institutions overseeing health policy. She leverages these and her expertise to help health companies meet their commercial goals. Her work has also helped the government achieve its objectives, including the National Health Insurance Program (JKN) and pharmaceutical and medical device industrial policy implementation. She has assisted nonprofit organizations in their efforts to improve Indonesia’s public health services, including through digitalization, mosquito-borne disease mitigation, enhanced maternal health and vaccinations.
Pipit served for more than a decade as an expert staff for Commission IX of the House of Representatives which focuses on demography, health, manpower and transmigration. Her analysis informed the landmark omnibus Law on Health and other key health care legislation. She holds leadership positions in the Association of Indonesian Public Health Graduates (PERSAKMI) and the Indonesian Health Technology Association (AHI). In 2021, she co-authored “Health Financing: Concept and Best Practices in Indonesia,” published by USAID and the Indonesian Ministry of Health.
Pipit holds a master’s degree in public health from the National University of Singapore’s joint program with Diponegoro University. She also received a bachelor’s degree in public health from Diponegoro University.