Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are collaborations between the public and private sectors to create mutually beneficial and sustainable solutions to healthcare issues. These partnerships can take many forms and can be used to address issues such as healthcare delivery, service provision, and infrastructure development. As healthcare becomes an increasingly important issue in many countries, PPPs are becoming an increasingly important tool for addressing the challenges that healthcare systems face.
This course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of PPPs in healthcare and to equip them with the skills and knowledge needed to develop and implement PPPs in their own healthcare systems. The course will be delivered through a combination of lectures, case studies, group discussions, and hands-on exercises.
- The open course program is offered in more than 12 locations around the world.
- Inhouse training can be offered anywhere in the world
- Consider bundling multiple courses of the same category for discounts
- This training is offered in other languages besides English, contact us for more information
Participants in this course will gain a deep understanding of the principles and practices of PPPs in healthcare. They will learn about the various forms that PPPs can take and the benefits that they can provide, including improved service delivery, increased efficiency, and reduced costs. They will also learn about the challenges that PPPs can face and the ways that they can be addressed. By the end of the course, participants will be able to evaluate the suitability of PPPs for different healthcare contexts and develop effective PPPs in their own healthcare systems.
What Participants Receive:
- Accordemy Professional Certification – From Accord Worldwide, Inc. USA
- 24/7 access to online course material
- Lifetime Discussion Group Membership
- Discounts on future training courses
Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for healthcare professionals, policymakers, and other stakeholders involved in healthcare delivery and service provision. It is particularly relevant to those working in government, non-government organizations, and the private sector.
- Your fee covers the course certificate, training materials, lunch, refreshments, and one social event – provided there are at least five participants in the program.
- Fees DO NOT COVER Visa costs, airfare expenses, accommodation, travel insurance, dinner, and personal expenses.
- Contact us for more information on group rate discounts.
Day One: Introduction to Public-Private Partnerships in Healthcare
The first day of the course will provide an overview of Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and their importance in the healthcare industry. PPPs are a unique approach to delivering public services, which involve collaboration between the public and private sectors. They are often used as a means to leverage private sector resources and expertise to help achieve public policy goals. By the end of this day, participants will have a clear understanding of what PPPs are, and why they are becoming increasingly important in healthcare.
Day Two: Planning and Development of PPPs
The second day of the course will focus on the planning and development of PPPs in healthcare. Participants will learn how to identify potential PPP opportunities and develop PPP proposals and business cases. They will also learn about the negotiation and structuring of PPPs, which is a critical step in ensuring the success of these partnerships. This day will provide participants with the knowledge and skills they need to develop effective PPPs that meet the needs of both the public and private sectors.
Day Three: Implementation and Operations of PPPs
The third day of the course will cover the implementation and operations of PPPs in healthcare. Participants will learn how to manage PPP contracts, monitor and evaluate PPP performance, and address challenges and resolve disputes. This day will provide participants with the practical skills they need to ensure that PPPs are implemented and operated effectively.
Day Four: Financing PPPs
The fourth day of the course will focus on the financing of PPPs in healthcare. Participants will learn about the various sources of funding for PPPs and the different financing options available. They will also learn about managing financial risks in PPPs, which is a crucial aspect of ensuring the long-term viability of these partnerships.
Day Five: PPPs in Action: Case Studies and Best Practices
The final day of the course will provide participants with an overview of PPPs in different healthcare systems and best practices and lessons learned. Through case studies and presentations, participants will gain an understanding of the different ways in which PPPs have been used in healthcare and the outcomes that have been achieved. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to develop a PPP proposal and present it to other participants and the trainer, which will give them a chance to apply their newly acquired knowledge in a practical setting.