Mitigating Ethical Risks in Public-Private Partnerships in Public Health

Journal of Public Health Management & Practice
July/August 2021 – Volume 27 – Issue 4
https://journals.lww.com/jphmp/pages/currenttoc.aspx

 

Research Reports
Mitigating Ethical Risks in Public-Private Partnerships in Public Health
Yassanye, Diana M.; Anason, Andrea P.; Barrett, Drue H.
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 27(4):E177-E182, July/August 2021.
Partnerships between the public and private sectors are necessary in public health and health care. Each partner provides skills, resources, and capabilities. When the public sector, including government, enters into a partnership with a nongovernmental or corporate entity, it is important to determine in advance whether there are real or perceived ethical, financial, or programmatic risks to the organization that might need mitigation.