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Romania : Outpatient Dialysis Services (English)

More than a quarter of Romania’s dialysis patients have received better health care as a result of a public-private partnership to provide dialysis on an outpatient basis. This was IFC’s third public-private partnership transaction with the government of Romania in the health care sector since 2002. Four international operators won four-year contracts (extendible to seven years if the operators opt to build new facilities) to refurbish, operate, and manage dialysis centers at eight hospitals around the country. The companies have invested more than 28.6 million euros to modernize the facilities and expand services. Between 2005 and 2008, the government of Romania saved 2.9 million euros as a result of this outsourcing of public dialysis services to private providers.

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Romania : Outpatient Dialysis Services (English). Public-Private Partnership Stories Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/665141468183565618/Romania-Outpatient-Dialysis-Services