This systematic review highlights a limited and poor-quality evidence base regarding the comparative performance of the two systems. General cleanliness of toilets, cabins, water supply, etc.
Patients at public hospitals face great difficulties in getting prescribed medicines and ultimately resort to buying medicines from outside. Measuring liquidity mismatch on banks balance sheet. The Government of Bangladesh has taken account of possible private-public cooperation, and various studies confirmed the potential of contracting out some public healthcare services to the private sector 24 Public health care is usually provided by the government through national healthcare systems.
While the nurses in the foreign hospitals attained a better service rating in general, the service-quality gap in the responsiveness i. Some Indian public hospitals have been using non-governmental organizations NGOs for running a non-profit pharmacy 23 ; these experiences could be used in our case.
Published online Jun A previous PLoS Medicine study examined the outpatient care provided by the public and private sector in low-income countries The WHO website provides more information on healthcare systems The World Bank website provides information on health system financing Oxfam provides an argument against increased private health care in poor countries Introduction One longstanding and polarized debate in global health concerns the appropriate role and balance of the public and private sector in providing healthcare services to populations in low- and middle-income countries .
Comparison of public and private hospitals in Bangladesh with foreign hospitals derived from this study should allow healthcare service providers to make provision for improving the quality of services of the in-country hospitals. Therefore, the service of public hospitals in relation to availability of drugs and timely administration to patients was poorer than that of the private hospitals.
Liquidity management in financial service sectors —with special reference to public sector banks of India. May Volume 7, Issue 5. Received Jan 18; Accepted May 8. The findings also showed that Bangladeshi patients found physicians in the foreign hospitals more available, competent, and empathetic compared to those in the private hospitals in Bangladesh.
Contributed to the writing of the manuscript: We performed a systematic review of research studies investigating the performance of private and public sector delivery in low- and middle-income countries.
OBS and profitability of foreign banks in India. This result could indicate the existence of price and quality imbalance in the Bangladeshi healthcare sector.
Additional Information Please access these websites via the online version of this summary at http: The Bangladeshi patients found the services of foreign hospitals in availability of drugs and timely administration to patients to be much better than that of the private hospitals in Bangladesh.
International Journal of productivity and Quality Management. Tangibility Item 8 in Appendix came out to be a general weakness in the Bangladesh healthcare sector. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are properly credited.
Concerns with services of nurses in Bangladesh were also raised in previous studies. The study attempted to identify the specific factors of the quality of service in the Bangladesh healthcare sector that should be improved from the perspectives of Bangladeshi patients. Although the situation in private hospitals is much better in this regard, they still lack the kind of comprehensive medicine management process as followed in foreign hospitals.
Banking Sector-Illiquidity was the epicentre of such crisis. Reports on trend and progress of banking in India.
From the initial stage, service providers should emphasize maintenance of such standards of tangibility on a long-term basis. In the same study, it was identified that nurses in general also suffer from inferior social status. The healthcare service providers in our country should initiate continuous technical and behavioural training and an evaluation programme for physicians.
Although studies report that patients in the private sector experience better timeliness and hospitality, studies suggest that providers in the private sector more frequently violate accepted medical standards and have lower reported efficiency.
The recent establishments in the Bangladesh private healthcare sector; i. An empirical analysis of macro-economic and bank specific factors affecting liquidity of Indian banks.Comparison of Services of Public, Private and Foreign Hospitals from the Perspective of Bangladeshi Patients.
with regard to both public sector and private sector South Asia Human Development Unit, World Bank Office; Comparative advantages of public and private providers in Bangladesh; pp. 1– 4. The study was conducted with the limited number of Public Sector versus Private Sector banks are a debate bank branches due to time constraint.
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