Public–private partnerships for public health

  title={Public–private partnerships for public health},
  author={Michael R Reich},
  journal={Nature Medicine},
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS ARE AT THE TOP OF MANY AGENDAS in international public health these days. When the market fails to distribute health benefits to people who need them—especially to poor people in developing countries—partnerships between public and private organizations are often seen as offering an innovative method with a good chance of producing the desired outcomes. But these partnerships also bring their own problems and controversies. Health activists and researchers have… CONTINUE READING

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