LATEST PUBLICATIONS
PN 2017-16
Preventing Childhood Stunting: Why and How?
PIDS Book 2017-02
Building Inclusive Economies, Building a Better World: A Look at the APEC 2015 Priority Areas (Volume II)
DP 2017-25
Chronic Food Poverty in the Philippines
DP 2017-24
Chronic and Transient Poverty and Weather Variability in the Philippines: Evidence Using Components Approach
Publication Detail
DP 2014-48: Public-Private Partnership Options toward Achieving Universal Health Coverage in the Philippine Setting

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are increasingly being utilized to meet development goals of many countries and there is much potential for PPPs to help address health inequities and advance universal health care (UHC). In support of these efforts, the paper defines PPPs and their role in the health system and proposes health PPP options that would support the pursuit of UHC.

The objectives of this paper are to define what PPPs are and their application in the health sector. The paper presents representative case studies or models of PPP practices in health. Furthermore, it aims to provide a methodology for decisionmakers and stakeholders in developing health PPPs.



Philippine Institute for Development Studies
Authors Keywords
Banzon, Eduardo P.; Lucero, J.A.; Ho, B.L.; Puyat, M.E.; Quibod, E.J.; Factor, P.A.; Philippines; health; public-private partnership (PPP); universal health coverage; public-private investment partnerships; public-private interactions; universal health care (UHC);
Download PDF Number of Downloads
Published in 2014 and available in the PIDS Library or can be downloaded as full text Downloaded 978 times since January 12, 2015