Connor Spreng is a Senior Economist at the World Bank, currently based in Jakarta, Indonesia. He is the lead author of the recently published World Bank-IFC report Healthy Partnerships. Mr Spreng's previous work has focused on supporting, designing, and studying the effects of policy and regulation reforms of the public-private interface in various sectors (health, education, finance/banking, and water/sanitation).
Good policies for the private health sector are essential to improve the overall performance of the health systems. The private sector provides a large part of health services in many […]Continue Reading