Global Platform for Sustainable PPPs in the Healthcare Sector
This case study explores whether quantitative elements are sufficient to measure PPPs in politically sensitive areas of public policy, such as health care. Both quantitative and qualitative criteria were applied to a specific Canadian case study in order to determine key success factors for future PPP health infrastructure projects. The analysis concludes that, given the complex and politically sensitive nature of health care, particular attention must be paid to communications and public relations and to design and post-construction planning
.JEL classification: H400, H750
Keywords: government service delivery, public-private partnerships, PPPs, health infrastructureprojects, capital projects, value for money, public relations, communications, Ontario, Canada
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