Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) business models are frequently sought after as an efficient way to lessen the financial burden on the public sector and to encourage more private capital by building through investment in the economy, which is acknowledged as one of the key drivers for privatisation at the national level.
In the Saudi Vision 2030 for the Transformation of the Health Sector program, privatisation is viewed as a key area of focus. The strategic objectives include the privatisation of one of the medical cities through a PPP scheme and increasing the private sector's share of healthcare spending through alternative financing methods and service providers. Nine healthcare privatisation plans have been approved, and a total of 23 are being examined, according to the Privatization Programme 2025.
Hayat National Hospital group firlmy believe the private healthcare sector plays a significant role in supporting the healthcare field in KSA, "we strive to provide comprehensive medical services for the community through our hospitals aligning with the highest international standards and ensuring all our medical and administrative teams are qualified. We are working as per the MOH transformation Program of Kingdom vision 2030, and are developing the initiatives and protocols which will have a positive impact on enhancing the level of medical services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia," says Dr Shady Said Assistant Medical Director from Hayat National Hospitals Group.
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