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    Center Development

    HTI's strategy, which is in line with current shifts in world thinking, involves partnering with quality local providers in areas where cancer care is needed most. With the world crisis in cancer occurring much more rapidly than most policy makers had anticipated, the World Health Organization recently adopted a change in cancer control strategy by campaigning to attract the private sector into helping tackle cancer -- encouraging health insurance companies and drug and food industries to set up new infrastructures and new health markets. HTI's model targets partnership opportunities and encourages strategic alliances between the public and private sectors where appropriate.

The 3 primary phases HTI and its partnering entity typically undergo during the realization of a comprehensive cancer program are:

Phase 1: Feasibility and Business Planning


HTI's process for ensuring quality cancer care begins with understanding the local marketplace. HTI's team of cancer program development specialists reviews the market, conducts in-depth interviews with key players, and completes a feasibility study.

Phase 2: Project Design and Financing

phase2HTI's operations experts begin working with local government officials, hospital administrators, physicians and staff early in the planning process to ensure that the appropriate program components are in place and that the staff is fully trained and accredited.

Phase 3: Construction, Start-up, and Ongoing Management


phase3HTI provides a multitude of services in the start-up of the program and is available as a long-term partner in the day to day management of the overall cancer program once it is developed.

HTI escorts Jonathan Dimbleby at new Queens Mary's Hospital in Sidcup
HTI escorts Jonathan Dimbleby at new Queens Mary's Hospital in Sidcup

Cancer care specialists unveil plans for growth after Leeds deal
HTI are contracted to provide a turnkey design, build and equip satellite cancer centre to the main Guy's St.Thomas centre in London located in Sidcup on the Queen Mary campus. The agreement is funded directly through GSTT [ ... ]