HIGHLIGHTS

  • Underperformance plagues many Indian public hospitals; limited decision-making authority and weak incentives are partly to blame
  • Aceso Global advised on the potential of public hospital governance reforms to raise quality and efficiency

Aceso Global analyzed options for how to raise public hospital performance in India through autonomy reforms. The analysis considered three major forms of autonomy – autonomization, corporatization and public-private partnerships (PPPs) – and the underlying components necessary for their success. International examples from OECD and emerging market countries served as a foundation for analyzing opportunities in India, as well as pitfalls. The resulting White Paper offers practical recommendations for the Government of India to test new models to raise public hospital performance and outcomes.

 

Support from: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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