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Title: Public-private partnership as an investment and innovation tool for medical facilities: a case of Ukrainian healthcare
Authors: Borshch, Viktoriya I.
Борщ, Вікторія Ігорівна
Maslennikov, Yevhen I.
Масленніков, Євген Іванович
Truba, Viacheslav I.
Труба, Вячеслав Іванович
Tokarchuk, Liudmyla M.
Токарчук, Людмила Михайлівна
Citation: Wiadomości Lekarskie. - 2019.
Issue Date: 2019
Keywords: public-private partnership
health management
health care
medical facility
innovative development
Series/Report no.: ;Tom LXXII, nr 11, cz. I.
Abstract: This paper summarizes the scientific discussion on the issue of public-private partnership in healthcare sector. The main purpose of research is to analyze the public-private partnership as the progressive form of innovative and investment mechanism in Ukrainian healthcare sector, taking into the consideration international experience in this sphere. The key methods used in the conducted research are data analysis, summarization and comparison. The data synthesis and analysis are the basic value-added elements of this research, which could help to find out the main prospective of PPP-model use in Ukrainian healthcare sector. The object of research is the group of countries such as USA, UK, Canada, and BRIC countries, because namely they are the most progressive in public-private partnership in health care. Practical importance of the scientific research results lies in defining the general principles of public-private partnerships and a set of criterion for its efficiency estimation. Also, the worldwide experience was analyzed in this research and main challenges for its implementation in Ukrainian healthcare practice were considered. It is important for the further development of the healthcare sphere, and improvement of the healthcare facilities’ activity in Ukraine. Further research directions are aimed at study of the specific issue of public-private partnership, such as circumstances for creating alliances between private and public actors from a strategy perspective, explore the impact of incentive mechanisms and risk management procedures on health service performance throughout the extended project life-cycle, and to create conducive environments to foster inter-project learning.
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