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Adopt-A-Doctor

Adopt a Doctor alleviates the problem of high human resource turnover rates and lack of experienced physicians in health facilities by providing financial aid and other critical resources to help doctors continue serving the poorest communities.

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EMRI - 108 Emergency Response Services

GVK EMRI (Emergency Management and Research Institute) is a pioneer in Emergency Management Services in India. EMRI operates as a not-for-profit professional organization under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode.

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Bloemfontein Hospitals Public Private Partnership

Netcare, one of South Africa's largest private hospital groups, and the Free State Department of Health signed in 2002 a 21-year concession agreement under which Netcare undertook to upgrade two public hospitals and rent space to establish private hospitals within those facilities.

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Netcare Public Private Partnerships

Netcare, South Africa's largest private hospital group, currently has a number of public private partnerships (PPPs) with government entities in the construction, refurbishment, operation and management of hospital facilities.

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KEM Hospital

The KEM Hospital in Pune, India, is the largest NGO hospital in the Pune District of Maharashtra State.

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PPP Super Specialty Hospitals in Punjab

Government of Punjab and Max Healthcare Institute in Public Private Partnership are setting up a super specialty healthcare facility for cancer and trauma care. They provide healthcare services with focus on treatment for cancer and trauma care in Mohali and cardiac care in Bhatinda.

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NGO Performance-Based Contracting

The Afghan Ministry of Public Health and its development partners established a formalized contracting program that works with nongovernmental organizations to deliver a basic package of health services.

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Pakistan Government of Punjab Contracting-in for Management of Basic Health Units

In response to low utilization and the community’s lack of confidence in Basic Health Units (BHUs), Punjab Rural Support Program was contracted to manage all the BHUs in Rahim Yar Khan (RYK) District.

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Contracting Health Teams and Hospitals in Jalisco, Mexico

In 1997, the state government earmarked budgetary funds that would finance and permit the operation of the new programme to contract health teams and hospitals to provide services to the population not covered by a social security institution.

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Georgia Contracts the Jo Ann Medical Center

The Georgia State Medical Insurance Company is the established social health insurance organization financing a basic benefit package for the entire population.

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Faith-Based Not-For-Profit Organization Contracting in Uganda

In recognition that many of the FB-PNFP hospitals were more efficient than most public hospitals, the Ugandan government initiated a scheme to fund them through negotiated contracting.

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Primary Health Contracting in Romania

In 1994 the Romanian government introduced a pilot scheme of output-based contracts for the provision of primary health services.

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Health Services Contracting in Chad

Chad’s contracting policy document was elaborated in 2001, in line with the National Health Policy of 1999. The Chad legal framework is an example of a strategy that has been effectively translated into action.

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NYSASDRI, Management of Primary Health Centers

The non-profit NGO NYSASDRI has been contracted by the state of Orissa to manage primary healthcare centers in Orissa. This Public-Private Partnership is intended to improve quality, accessibility, availability, and efficiency.

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Deen Dayal Chalit Aspatal (Mobile Units)

Deen Dayal Chalit Aspatal (or Deen Dayal Mobile Units) make health services accessible to disadvantaged populations in remote rural areas through Mobile Medical Units (MMUs).

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Medical college in PPP in Andaman and Nicobar islands

A medical college is being set up in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in public-private partnership with the specific objective of providing medical education facilities for the residents of the Islands and also attracting students from mainland.

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Peer Educator Network for Diabetes in Cambodia

The World Diabetes Foundation has worked in Cambodia since 2005 with the purpose of raising awareness of diabetes among the lay population and improving the quality of and access to treatment for people with diabetes. The Foundation’s programs operate across the country.

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102 Ambulance Call Centre

The 102 Ambulance Call Center facilitates calls to ambulances in emergency situations. This 24 hour call center integrates the network of existing ambulances and provides help to those who call the toll free number 102.

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Santushti

Santushti is an innovative program that encourages participation of private health facilities (private gynaecologists and surgeons performing non scalpel vasectomy) to conduct family planning procedures, with an aim to bring down the Total Fertility Rate (TFR) in India.

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Dial 1911: Chikitsa Paramarsh Evam Rogi Shikayat Samadan Seva (Health Advice and Complaints Cell for Health Services)

This service enables individuals seeking health advice or those wishing to make health related complaints to call the toll-free helpline 1911; the call center operator then connects them to an appropriate doctor who will address their concerns.

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Hospital do Subúrbio

The Hospital do Suburbio (HS) is the first public private partnership in the healthcare sector in Brazil. The PPP was enabled by the International Finance Corporation (World Bank) and the government of the state of Bahia. HS started its operations on November 14, 2010.

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