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Our partners

Task Force Health Care

Task Force Health Care (TFHC) has been representing the Dutch Life Sciences & Health sector since 1996. Our various TFHC Platforms consist of partners from industry, knowledge institutes, NGO’s, healthcare providers and the government, all active in the Dutch Life Sciences & Health sector. These partners provide innovative and sustainable solutions to global (and local) healthcare challenges and are active all over the world. In the last decade we visited and maintained relationships with more than 30 countries and created a sustainable & special focus on: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America and the Middle East. IDBH Senso is a member of Task Force Health Care with a dedicated focus on the healthcare sector in Indonesia.


Delft Imaging Systems

Dedicated to improving people’s quality of life around the world by means of state of the art products, software and services. IDBH Senso is the regional partner of Delft Imaging. We are the support hub for their Tuberculosis solutions in South East Asia. 


Fullerton Health Indonesia

Fullerton Health is a leading healthcare platform in the Asia Pacific region. They own and operate an extensive network of healthcare facilities across 9 markets and partner with established and reputable healthcare providers in the region, to provide affordable and accessible care for all in Asia Pacific. IDBH is supporting Fullerton with the implementation of solutions in Indonesia from the Dutch Life Sciences and Health sector.


HAN University of Applied Sciences

HAN University of Applied Sciences is one of the 5 largest universities of applied sciences in the Netherlands. Internationalisation is an important tool to improve the quality of education and research at HAN. We work closely with partner institutions on exchange programmes, international projects and international applied research. IDBH Senso is partnering with HAN University, Faculty of Health and Social Studies, Department Nursing to develop interventions and care concepts for communities in Indonesia.