One of the goals of Primary Health Care Strategy of the WHO is to consider the non-medical factor issues, such as socio-economic and cultural factors in determining the health determinants and utilization of health services. Therefore, the development of public health status, health care services, and formal health education system should constantly consider the sensitivity to the national culture.
The National Health System of Indonesia relies on the System of Health Education and Health Services. As an integral part of the health system of Indonesia, the health education system and the health care system should be able to accommodate an interactive process between patients, community needs with provider demands. Therefore it needs a form of ideal health system that is holistic, comprehensive and integrated with the ability to build client and patient empowerment in both the hospital and community basis. In addition, it is important to notify the stakeholders and let them be conscious about the system of health care services that is based on the services users’ needs and cost effectiveness.