This is possible as Steward has the necessary know-how to create a multi-layered medical delivery system, to successfully manage care in budgeted environments, and to plan for the future based on experience and data.
The preparatory process for the PPP involves a due diligence study, evaluating the current state of care, studying population requirements and need projections, and examining the state of the current health care infrastructure.
The PPP allows for both parties to agree on goals, regularly review progress, and make adjustments according to situational changes that occur. The final vision is always to transform health care and improve the health of citizens whilst benefiting the local economy.
Apart from the PPP model, there are alternative collaboration pathways that Steward would consider. These include management agreements, joint ventures, and private transition.
10 years rebuilding and upgrading 37 facilities with a total investment of over $800,000,000.
Our management tools are learning and constantly improving as to optimize resource use and improve efficient management of our systems.
Our proprietary software tools give us a competitive technological advantage with scalable management and care coordination systems. Patient care is supported by algorithms and expertise is leveraged through advanced telemedicine platforms supporting services ranging from simple urgent care to high-level ICU support.
We manage fully integrated systems, including acute care, rehabilitation, ambulatory centers, home care and hospice.
The Steward Health Care International team is completely dedicated toward developing and delivering high-quality patient care to patients across the world, leveraging decades of experience in different health care environments.
We leverage the strengths of our partners, who themselves are leaders in their fields. Our partners include Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Northumbria University, Cerberus Capital Management L.P., MCOPi, Philips and Medical Property Trust.
The work in Malta has a 5-part scope, which is currently in progress:
The total project costs are estimated to be around €220 million.