Healthcare Projects via Public-Private Partnership Model
Turkish Ministry of Health had launched 20 large capacity hospital projects by 2011 as in Government mid-term targets. These projects planned out with Public-Private Partnership (PPP) framework as a first attempt in Turkey year-to-date, successfully being prepared and settled by the government and the private investment entities which have a big appetite for new PPP market in this geography, and so do the financial institutions and banks. And all were awarded to date and started to be realized already, some of which are still in pre-financing stage, some are closed project financing and commenced through project implementation. Another batch with 14 hospital investment projects is on the way for tendering very soon, most probably within 2016. One of the hospital in this second batch would be the largest hospital not only in Turkey, in all over the world with 4,000 bed service size, when the project is embodied after starts to medical services providing.
PMGLOBAL started having expertise with the first group of projects by working out with the largest portfolio in Turkey since 2012, in which Meridiam Infrastructure SAR and Ronesans Holding are the major shareholders having about 10,000 beds. This expertise embraces in all aspects of hospital project development starting due diligence point for financing to the construction of the premises including further healthcare operations. And now PMGLOBAL provides a consultancy in wide range of areas assuring profound expertise in negotiations with relevant parties of PPP enterprise, due diligence and feasibility studies making sure that your vision is able to come true, legal consultancy assuring compliance and correctness of all legal steps with local and international law, strategy and business development helping your vision to become a concrete plan ready to implement. Also, assists and diversifies on financing and tax advising, risk identification and assessment, project management, engineering and construction, audit, compliance and internal control, cross-cultural business issues, PR and communication, sales and marketing through market searches.
The healthcare sector has a very much dynamic momentum in which increasing populations, shifting healthcare regulations and developing new medical technologies, so then, ultimately increasing competition require new approaches to managing operations and sustain the bottom line as sound as it gets. Because change is inevitable, an incorporated change management methodologies and greatly improving the sustainability of necessary initiatives upon these new approaches are crucially essential. The profit margins are speculatively limited in operations and maintenance services in the marketplace. This brings the quality diminishing and the increasing the risk on health and safety on fundamental healthcare services. All that being said, Healthcare Services Management (HSM) becomes more and more important for Facilities Management and Operations & Maintenance firms in the marketplace to make sure the processes and care delivery models are effective and efficient. HSM derives that specific outcomes are attained, departments within a healthcare facility are running smoothly, the right people are in the right positions, people know what is expected of them, each and every resource is used efficiently and all departments are working towards a common goal which is customer / client satisfaction.
PMGLOBAL advises and provides comprehensive strategies to enable your healthcare organization to evolve for sustainable efficiency while reducing costs and improving patient care while reducing healthcare organizations’ risk associated with completing critical, complex initiatives, particularly when timelines are tight, change is imminent, and projects require a significant amount of coordination with physicians, administration, and vendors for the Services. Also, PMGLOBAL healthcare experts follow alongside Medical Technology and new Servicing Formulas to develop and implement strategies to fuel cost-effective and more beneficial solution packages and address the needs of a broader range of constituents.