Rural PPP hospitals: Private operators want govt help with operational costs, permission to fix fee

March 23, 2023by Money Control

A scheme to set up hospitals in public-private partnership mode in rural areas in India can work if the government bears the operational expenses and allows operators to fix fees, according to an analysis by the apex body of private healthcare companies.

The Scheme for Financial Support to PPPs in Infrastructure or Viability Gap Funding Scheme, launched in 2006, was extended to healthcare in 2010 and was revised in 2020, but not a single hospital has been set up under this so far.

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