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Public Private Partnership Programme is a cooperation between different healthcare professionals in both public and private sectors. Over the decades, many programmes have been developed which cover various diseases, including chronic conditions and surgery for cataracts, as well as vaccinations. However, these programmes are not successful because of the unsatisfactory service charges to private sector, overlapped aims and resources and wrong estimation of the needs. To become successful, programmes reform is required by rearranging resources, annual reviews, more financial support and extending the coverage of diseases. Promotions are beneficial to all stakeholders. Overall, better coordination between both sectors is the most essential factor which can lead the programme to success and maintain a better health care system in Hong Kong.
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