Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Indian Health Care

10 Pages Posted: 9 Dec 2012

Date Written: November 8, 2012

Abstract

Health sector is the lifeline for a nation's wellbeing. It is the sum total of the health of its citizens, communities and settlements in which they live. The Indian healthcare sector has emerged as one of the most challenging sectors as well as one of the largest service sector industries in India. The health care system in India consists of public sector, private sector, and an informal network of care providers. The Indian Health sector operates in a largely unregulated environment, with minimal controls on the type of services to be provided by whom at what cost and in what manner. This is further complicated by the usual Indian tendency to lack of standardization and minimal compliance though there are norms and guidelines. This article looks at the problems faced by Indian Health Sector and how it can be solved by PPP.

Keywords: PPP, Public-Private Partnership, health, India

Suggested Citation

Ramachandran, Ramakrishnan, Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Indian Health Care (November 8, 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2186897 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2186897

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