Public- Private Partnerships in the Health Sector

Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

How long?

  • 5 days
  • in person

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Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

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Who should attend

The course is aimed specifically at key public decision-makers and managers of healthcare PPPs also including oversight agencies and private operators, as well as officials from development agencies supporting PPP approaches.

About the course

Healthcare policy makers and managers across the world are increasingly considering public- private partnerships (PPP) as a way to deliver better and more efficient service to citizens. In previous years, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management offered an intensive one-week course on PPPs in healthcare.

The course development was sponsored by the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group and supported by UK Aid. The course received highly appreciative feedback from participants from some 20 countries in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Middle East as well officials from development aid agencies.

Benefits of the programme

Participants will discuss the potential downside of PPPs using case studies of hotly debated PPPs. Participants from developing economies are encouraged to “bring their own PPP” to the course and will receive feedback on their burning issues from faculty members as well as professional colleagues from other countries and agencies.

Curriculum

During five days participants will get the first hand on selecting projects in PPP realm and what services can be offered. We will also discuss on how PPP can fit into an existing health system of a country. Moreover, participants will also gain knowledge in project finance.

Experts

Michael Klein

Expertise Topics Developing Nations Globalization Global Financial Crises Economic Development Privitization and Private-sector Development Emerging Markets Privatization and Private Sector Development World Bank and International Monetary Fund Languages French German Spanish Background an...

Afschin Gandjour

Afschin Gandjour is a medical doctor, health economist, and philosopher. His research focuses on cost-effectiveness analysis, decision modeling, and value-based pricing of pharmaceuticals. Gandjour received an M.D. from Hannover Medical School in Germany, an M.B.A. from Duke University, a Ph.D. ...

Rainer Sibbel

Since October 2004, holder of the Chair for International Health Management at the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Academic Director of the MBA – International Hospital and Healthcare Management programme and head of the Institute for International Health Management. Born July 3rd,...

Paul Da Rita

Paul Da Rita is an experienced PPP practitioner who has worked with many public and private sector organisations in delivering innovative and complex healthcare PPP projects across the world, over the last 20+ years. After many years in Corporate roles, Paul decided to set up on his own to better...

Public- Private Partnerships in the Health Sector at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management

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