Policy Matter

Private Sector Investment in Health Sector

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Under National Health Mission (NHM) technical and financial support is provided to the States/UTs to strengthen their health systems, including support for provision of healthcare services through Public  Private Partnership, based on the requirements posed by the States/UTs in their Annual Programme Implementation Plans (PIPs) within their overall resource envelop. Under NHM States are encouraged to contract in or outsource those services – which improve efficiency and quality of care in public health facilities or close critical gaps – to the private sector, based on their felt needs.
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Towards this, based on consultation with States and other stakeholders, under NHM, guidelines for provision of healthcare services under Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode have been circulated to the States/UTs for:

  • Emergency Transport Services
  • Mobile Medical Units Services
  • Provision of Free Diagnostics Service Initiative (Free Pathological Services, Free Tele radiology Services, Free CT Scan Services)
  • Biomedical Equipment Management Maintenance Programme
  • National Dialysis Programme
  • Provision of Hospital Waste management, segregation, treatment and disposal services in health facilities
  • Management of the Health Facilities by NGOs under PPP.
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