Rethinking public private partnerships for universal healthcare
The global picture of public private partnerships (PPPs) in healthcare is tipping on its head. Following more than15 years of expansion and innovation in high-income healthsystems, enabling in some markets the largest renewal of healthcare infrastructure in their history, PPP appears to bea declining force. At the same time, health systems in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East are gearing upfor their own unprecedented expansions in access to care. Universal health coverage (UHC) is an idea whose time has come, and governments around the world are looking to how private sector partners can contribute investment and skill tohelp them achieve it.
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