Public-private partnerships (PPP) serve a critical role in society. They are critical agents in meeting the needs of families and individuals. They support the needs of organizations with both public and private mandates. By embracing the principles of fluidity, dual control, and organizational wisdom, public and private organizations can legitimize themselves to a high degree. When established on principles and methods of fluidity and organizational wisdom, public-private partnerships are better positioned to support complex, changing requirements.
In the process, they can create outcomes that meet the Shewhart/Deming test of delighting the customer by not just meeting, but exceeding expectations. Public-private partnerships can help organizations support and comply with environmental and scientific requirements for health, long-term prosperity, and survival. Environmental requirements are also better met under conditions of fluidity. Their effectiveness and efficiency are primary factors in the economy at all levels. For one thing, the public interest must be preserved as products and services are provided. For this, regulation is needed. Regulation itself needs to relevant to be such, also authoritative.
Regulations have to ensure equal access to health providers contract for both public and private health care providers. Regulations should also create friendly environment through bridging public and personal health issues in every aspect.