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Public-Private Partnerships for Health in Vietnam

Issues and Options

Sang Minh Le (author) Ramesh Govindaraj (author)
Caryn Bredenkamp (author)

ISBN: 9781464815744

Publication Date: Jul 2020

Format: Paperback

Provides an overview of health public-private partnerships (PPPs) worldwide and examines in greater detail the health PPP program in Vietnam, including important issues in the design, preparation, and implementation of PPP project in the health sector.
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This book describes the nature of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the health sector in Vietnam. It defines health-related PPPs, describes their key characteristics, and develops a taxonomy of the different types of PPPs that exist in practice, illustrated by international examples. It also assesses the regulatory and institutional framework for the health PPP program in Vietnam,as well as financing and accountability mechanisms for PPPs at its national and sub-national levels. It provides an overview of the PPP project pipeline in Vietnam and analyzes important issues in the health PPPs' design,preparation, and implementation, using eight case studies involving projects in different phases of the project cycle.This book also examines barriers that have hampered the successful design and implementation of health care PPPs in Vietnam. These barriers may be broadly categorized as barriers in the PPP policy and regulatory framework, in the public sector, in the private sector, and in the financial sector. It proposes feasible and actionable recommendations so that the government can consider tackling the identified barriers and advance the successful design and implementation of health PPPs.
Pages 120
Dimensions 280 x 216
Date Published 30 Jul 2020
Publisher World Bank Group Publications
Series International Development in Focus
Subject/s Public administration   Development economics   Health systems & services   Health economics  

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