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This book looks at e-health investment and sustainable e-health business models for the sub Saharan Africa and how the private sector and NGOs are bound to benefit or make their e-health investment sustainable through the concept of low price and high volumes . We have used PESTL model and SWOT analysis framework to analyze e-health markets and we have also used the Business Model Canvas to propose three e-health business models, namely, free, fee and public-private partnership (PPP) models. NPV, IRR and Payback Period methods have been used to examine sustainability. The results show that the latter two would be sustainable at one point in time if innovative revenue streams like fees, VIP membership, subscriptions and health insurance schemes are applied to capitalize on the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) approaches.
Massive investments in Water and Waste Water Industry (WWWI) are made every year in a large number of projects by the central and state government, Public Private Partnership (PPP), financial institutions and others. In order to get commensurate benefit with the cost, it is essential that the projects and programmes are judiciously selected and their plans of implementation are precisely prepared. This paper probes the use of Planning and Control Systems (PCS) in WWWI for improving investment decisions and project implementation with the help of different schedules, to facilitate support for implementation of PCS during Project Execution. The Schedule for Technical Hindrance and Risk has in depth study with its impact on Project Completion and Cost. The Schedules rationalized periodically, monitored systematically, evaluated concurrently for controlling costs and resources aids to take remedial actions before things become critical. The findings in this paper will offer valuable insights on Planning and Controlling the project with the help of Schedules, explicitly for Technical deviations and Project Risks to drive in for timely completion of projects within budgeted costs.
A strategic alliance is a partnership between firms whereby resources, capabilities, and core competences are combined to pursue mutual interests. A strategic alliance is formed when two or more businesses join together for a set period of time. Teaming up with others adds complementary resources and capabilities, enabling partakers to grow and expand more quickly and efficiently. Alliances have become an important instrument of business strategy in the dynamic and diverse software industry due to increased globalization of the world economy. Bangladesh has taken lots of initiatives over the last two decades, both in public and private sector, to stimulate growth in this sector. Bangladeshi software industry has reached a take off stage and poised for high market growth, total estimated to be approximately BDT 1,100 crore (excluding the telecom sector). Despite the recent efforts of the government and the private entrepreneurs which made the country ranked by European Union (EU) among top 20 outsourcing destinations in the world, more attentions are needed at the national and international level to get the maximum benefit of its true potential.
Improving school performance is a primary goal of educational systems not only in the United States but around the world. Partnerships between K-12 grade schools and colleges and universities not only provide benefits to the institutes of higher education that engage in them but assist K-12 schools in three main ways: (1) enriching curriculum offerings, (2) broadening teaching expertise, and (3) helping at-risk students stay in school. Because of their autonomy and greater likelihood to engage in innovation, this book used charter schools to investigate how school/university partnerships functioned in each of the three areas listed above and the results depict both quantitative and qualitative benefits. This book also sheds light on not only the benefits partnerships can provide schools, but what components are needed to make a partnership successful. In addition, the obstacles that can threaten a partnership are examined so they can be avoided. Professors, administrators, and teachers in both public and private K-12 schools as well as colleges and universities can benefit from this book to create and enhance new partnerships to address a large range of pressing educational needs.
A Private Partnership for Public Benefit (PPPB) is an ad-hoc structure that aligns private resources towards a government objective without leveraging additional public funds. The objective can be for the public sector to identify and engage the key private parties to align their interests under a new set of parameters that will still serve their objectives but also support the community.The model of this scenario, within the Inland Southern California region, is implemented to address the housing crisis and will be referenced as a case study. A neighborhood block model demonstration is facilitated and documented in this doctoral dissertation. The premise of this demonstration is for the PPPB to transform an abandoned property and then for existing public programs to be coordinated in an effort to revitalize the surrounding occupied homes in the neighborhood block. The comprehensive impact of this model has an impact on property values, energy efficient savings on utility bills and increase overall civic engagement within the community. The model has been referenced in US Department of Housing and Urban Development and Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco conferences.
For more than a decade, South Africa has been challenged by an impasse in its endeavours to integrate its readily available pharmaceutical resources in the private and public sectors in order to optimise pharmaceutical service delivery to the benefit of the people. The author describes a qualitative research inquiry by making use of a qualitative analysis, and submits a narrative of the information dissemination. A construct is proposed for a possible generic public-private partnership (PPP) model for pharmacy. Pharmacists in South Africa embrace the idea of Primary Care Drug Therapy reflecting on the potential of increasing primary care service delivery through the medium of joint ventures with the public sector that could result in a significantly increased capacity by means of mobilisation of the pharmaceutical sector's clinical capabilities. A report containing results and recommendations is presented, while relevant legislation and numerous themes are accessible by means of detailed appendices providing valuable information that may stimulate entrepreneurial advances.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The National Center for Earth-surface Dynamics, or NCED, is an NSF Science and Technology Center- a collaborative partnership among educational, research, and public/private entities that aims to create new knowledge of significant benefit to society. NCED's mission is to understand the dynamics of the coupled processes that shape the Earth's surface physical, biological, geochemical, and anthropogenic and how they will respond to climate, landuse,and management change. NCED is headquartered at the University of Minnesota's Saint Anthony Falls Laboratory.