Private Sector Participation
Challenges

Challenges faced by target group in this initiative:
Participation of the private sector is to increase the role it plays in the development and management of health units in order to achieve the community's aspiration to increase the absorptive capacity of the health sector to serve the objectives of economic and social development. The challenges facing the participation of the private sector in achieving the objectives of Vision 2030 are:

Legislation and regulations:
As a part of the Kingdom's efforts to diversify the sources of revenue, work is under way to review and follow up the enactment of legislation and the necessary regulatory tools, overcome the obstacles facing the health sector, study and analyze existing legislation and regulations to achieve the role and contribution of the private sector in opening investment opportunities in the health sector to contribute to the provision of services To ensure justice and stability for this sector, which will enhance and increase competition for these investment opportunities.

Financial shortage and financing for projects:
Kingdom's fiscal policy aims at finding new financing tools that will enable the private sector to participate in the targeted projects by 2020 according to the vision of the Kingdom's Vision 2030 and its programs, including the National Transformation 2020 program for various government agencies, thus stimulating economic growth and investment flows in the provision of health services. With the participation of the private sector, which will contribute to achieving this goal and enhance investment opportunities between the public and private sectors to provide high quality services.

Human Capital:
With the presence of PSP projects that will result in an increase in the human resource demand rate, which requires a complete information map on the requirements of competent and rare competencies in the health sector. This requires the development of a strategy of using and drawing a strategy to meet the future needs of trained competencies and attract them to enhance the health role and analysis. And follow up the relationship between the cost of using workforce and the benefits resulting from its use, and meeting the needs of individuals, medical and administrative leaders of the national cadres with the appropriate number and type and in the right place and time. 

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