Next Generation of PPPs
Value proposition of PPPs
Siemens Healthineers advocates for the next generation of public-private partnerships (PPPs). Our transformational approach for PPP projects is based on three pillars: value for money, value for people and value for innovations.
Value for money
Value for people
Patients are our top priority. We create healing environments in hospitals— the kind of thoughtful, human-centric facility design that can make a positive impact on care quality as well as patient and staff experience.
Siemens Healthineers offers a comprehensive curriculum that addresses both physicians and technologists. These courses, fellowships, and training programs deepen knowledge to increase staff satisfaction and confidence.
Value for innovations
Connection to Value Partnerships
Value Partnerships are an innovative approach that combine our strengths in holistic medical technology management, digitalization, and operational expertise to create a robust, yet flexible long-term performance-oriented engagement.
Commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
As a global company with strong values and commitment to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Siemens Healthineers recognizes public private partnerships in the healthcare sector as an instrument to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 3. “Health and Well-being”.
Access to affordable, accessible, and quality healthcare is a key task for the national governments. In the context of the global pandemic, tightening public budgets and a growing demand for healthcare services, PPPs provide an opportunity for innovative and collaborative service delivery. Therefore, many governments are turning to PPPs in times of high need to innovate for better delivery of public healthcare and are employing PPPs as a way of introducing private sector technologies and innovations.
What are PPPs?
PPPs discribe various contractual arrangements where the public and private partners share rights and responsibilities during the length of the contract with the purpose of construction, expansion, improvement, development of public health services, and/or infrastructure. In PPPs, partners contribute know-how, financial resources, facilities and other inputs required for the successful delivery of a product or service. The private partner is compensated in accordance with a pre-agreed plan.
PPPs involving the supply of medtech are very common and cover the provision of medical equipment, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), laboratory equipment, operating theaters, and related services for maintenance, refreshments, operation management, optimization of workflows, facility planning to mention a few. The share of the medical equipment and related services in hospital’s budget is increasing and the medtech component is becoming an essential and increasingly important component of any PPP project.
Our PPP track experience
Siemens Healthineers has been engaged in public-private partnership projects for more than 20 years on all continents. This PPP project portfolio was enlarged after the merger with Varian and is now being extended to cancer treatment.Siemens Healthineers offers extensive experience related to development and implementation of PPP projects, that includes the following:
- medical equipment lifecycle management
- value-based procurement
- right-sized technology refreshment
- KPI-driven maintenance
- assets performance management
- integration of digital health solutions in PPP projects
- facility planning for medical facilities in PPP projects
- smart PPP hospitals (in cooperation with Siemens Infrastructure)
- PPP project financing (in cooperation with Siemens Financial Services)
Related references on public-private partnerships:
- Building the blueprint for a future-proof healthcare campus (2019)
- Three examples of public-private partnerships in health care for Latin America and the Caribbean (2020)
- Role of public-private partnerships in achieving UNAIDS HIV treatment targets (2019)
- Bringing Siemens tech to healthcare (2019)
- Siemens Healthcare to bolster early diagnosis of chronic diseases in India through public private partnerships (2019)
- Varian extending Advanced Cancer Care Turkey (2016)
- New public-private partnership uses e-Learning to fight HIV/AIDS (2014)
- Siemens willing to join PPP projects (2012)
Global Lead for PPPs and Greenfield Hospitals
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