This study conducted Amatkiulu, Impendle, and Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, utilizes three case studies to form a comparative analysisof the effectiveness of different models of public-private partnerships. Two expert interviews, three informal interviews, and many hours of observation inform this analysis of community health worker organizations employed through government clinics, tuberculosis tracer teams hired by government clinics, and independent non-governmental organizations heavily subsidized by the government. Subjective analysis found that the partnership between the Department of Health and a primary healthcare NGO, providing a wide range of comprehensive services, operated with the best efficiency and quality of care.
Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Health Services Research | International Public Health | Public Health
Ross, Madeline, "Effectively Filling Gaps in Care: A Comparative Study of Models of Government Partnerships with Community Health Organizations in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa" (2011). Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection. Paper 1122.