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Public Private Partnership for Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) in District Hospitals, PPP project guidelines

Publication Type:

Report

Authors:

Source:

(2017)

URL:

http://niti.gov.in/documents/reports

Abstract:

In line with this mandate, NITI Aayog is collaborating with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India and exploring opportunities to enhance private sector engagement through public-private partnerships for addressing the growing burden of NCDs in the country. The World Bank has been appointed to provide technical assistance for development of the PPP model and a draft model concession agreement for engaging with the private sector. It is envisaged that the draft model concession agreement will be finalized based on the pilot in select district hospitals in one or two states.To address some of these challenges, the Government of India is launching a framework for ‘Public Private Partnerships for Non-Communicable Diseases in District Hospitals’ (the Project)

To improve access to quality screening, diagnostic and treatment services related to cardiology, oncology and pulmonology in district hospitals through public private partnerships. It is expected that the Project will contribute towards:
a. improving access to the above NCD services at the district level and also decongesting tertiary facilities at the state level;
b. reducing out-of-pocket expenditures on diagnosis, treatment and care; and
c. creating infrastructure and augmenting capacity at district hospitals to provide at least basic tertiary care and advanced secondary care related to the three NCD specialties (cardiology, oncology and pulmonology) in the medium and long term
 

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Document Category: Guidelines, Health, PPP

In line with this mandate, NITI Aayog is collaborating with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India and exploring opportunities to enhance private sector engagement through public-private partnerships for addressing the growing burden of NCDs in the country. The World Bank has been appointed to provide technical assistance for development of the PPP model and a draft model concession agreement for engaging with the private sector. It is envisaged that the draft model concession agreement will be finalized based on the pilot in select district hospitals in one or two states.To address some of these challenges, the Government of India is launching a framework for ‘Public Private Partnerships for Non-Communicable Diseases in District Hospitals’ (the Project)

To improve access to quality screening, diagnostic and treatment services related to cardiology, oncology and pulmonology in district hospitals through public private partnerships. It is expected that the Project will contribute towards:
a. improving access to the above NCD services at the district level and also decongesting tertiary facilities at the state level;
b. reducing out-of-pocket expenditures on diagnosis, treatment and care; and
c. creating infrastructure and augmenting capacity at district hospitals to provide at least basic tertiary care and advanced secondary care related to the three NCD specialties (cardiology, oncology and pulmonology) in the medium and long term