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Private Sector Engagement and Public-Private Partnership in Health Service Delivery in India
Private Sector Engagement and Public-Private Partnership in Health Service Delivery in India

Private Sector Engagement and Public-Private Partnership in Health Service Delivery in India

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The State of Development Discourses – #CohesiveDevelopment with Prof A. Venkat Raman on Private Sector Engagement and Public-Private Partnership in Health Service Delivery in India

#IMPRI Center for Human Dignity and Development (CHDD), IMPRI Impact and Policy Research Institute, New Delhi invites you to an IMPRI #WebPolicyTalk series:

The State of Development Discourses – #CohesiveDevelopment

Private Sector Engagement and Public-Private Partnership in Health Service Delivery in India

Details of the #WebPolicyTalk:

Date: November 17, 2021
Time: 11:30 a.m IST
Platform: Zoom and Facebook Live

Speaker:

A Venkat Raman edited

Prof A. Venkat Raman
Professor,
Faculty of Management Studies,
University of Delhi

Prof. Venkat Raman teaches HRD and Health Policy at the Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), University of Delhi. He holds a Masters’ degree from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai; a Ph.D. from FMS; and faculty training from Harvard Business School, USA. He is passionate about exploring Public-Private Partnership (PPP) options to improve equitable access to quality health care services for the poor. He is actively engaged in providing technical support to many bilateral and multilateral development partners including The World Bank and WHO and many governments on private sector engagement for countries in Asia, Africa, and Eastern Mediterranean Region.

Recently he led the development of a partnership guidance document on performance-based contracting of private providers in the national TB elimination program (Govt. of India). He has several research publications, including a pioneering book on ‘Public-Private Partnership in Health Care in India: Lessons for Developing Countries’ (Routledge, London).

Currently, he is a member of Global Advisory Group on Private Sector Governance and UHC, WHO-Geneva; Temporary Advisor to WHO-Eastern Mediterranean Region, Cairo; Chairperson, National Technical Working Group on Engaging Private Sector in TB Control, Govt. of India; Honorary Director of India Health Systems Collaborative. He is a recipient of several awards and fellowships, notably Robert McNamara fellowship, The World Bank; Ronald Coase fellowship, UC-Berkley; and International Senior Research fellowship, Erasmus University.

Discussants:

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Dr Swati Sawant Rane
Founder, SevaShakti Healthcare Consulting;
Vice President, Clinical Nursing Research Society

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Dr Narendra Gupta
Adviser, Prayas, Chittorgarh

A physician by training Narendra Gupta has worked extensively at the grassroots level with tribal and other marginalized communities in western India. He has been active in planning and implementing community-based health care models, training health care providers and community representatives in socio-epidemiologically informed health care delivery systems. He was one the most active members on the campaign for universal free availability of essential and life-saving medicines which led to the launch of the scheme for free medicines and diagnostics to all in the state of Rajasthan and later in a few other states.

As a member of the Planning Commission of India’s working group on drugs for the 12th five-year plan and the member of the Advisory Group on Community Action constituted by the National Health Mission of the MOHFW, Govt. of India he has extensively promoted community-led health initiatives, strategies for reduction in out of pocket health spending and organized workshops on rational prescribing for senior clinicians. In 2019, he chaired a group constituted by the MOHFW to suggest convergence between AB-PMJAY and Health & Wellness Centres.  He works through Prayas, a voluntary organization at Chittorgarh, and Centre for Health Equity at Jaipur.

Moderator:

Prof Sunil Ray

Prof Sunil Ray
Former Director, A. N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna;
Advisor, CDECS and IMPRI


Live Video: https://fb.watch/9kBIVwza_T/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvkyHCUlmSQ
Podcast: Spotify | Google Podcasts

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