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What we do

PPP’s mission is to combine our own research and editorial reporting with the experience of others, to make practical contributions to the policy debates which address real-world choices on the basis of real-world evidence

Our role

Most public policy issues are complex and involve difficult choices and trade-offs. Good public policy addresses the trade-offs and makes the choices explicit so that political leaders can be held to account for the implications of the choices they make.

Connecting political aspiration to hard reality requires an understanding of how policy is being delivered on the ground.  Businesses, public sector organisations, charities, social enterprises, research institutions, investors, commentators and people with lived experience must all be part of the delivery discussion.

Our mission

PPP’s mission is to combine our own research and editorial reporting with the experience of others, to make practical contributions to the policy debates which address real-world choices on the basis of real-world evidence.   

Founded by former Secretary of State for Health, the Right Honourable Stephen Dorrell, we are an organisation independent from any political party, trade association or lobby group. We specialise in facilitating discussions between private and public sector providers to find practical improvements to the delivery of public policy in the health and life sciences sectors.

Our approach

Our approach involves working with PPP Partners to identify a key health question or delivery issue to research. We then widen the collaboration to include public sector leaders, research institutions, investors and other relevant parties to deliver a programme of events to foster debate related to the chosen topic.

Finally, we distil these discussions into PPP Insights and Reports which we and our partners use to keep the conversation alive after the events, ultimately with the aim of having a positive impact on health and wellbeing outcomes for local populations.

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