What We Do


Business Lines

PHI seeks and facilitates management and consulting relationships outside the United States by providing clinical, operational, IT and teaching programs and services, legal and fundraising services and new facility planning and implementation. Fundamentally, PHCS offers the enormous store of intellectual property created by and owned by the organization and coordinates the services of its partners. Services are provided to governments, universities, private hospitals and corporations.

The organization provides international on-site and distance education programs for physicians and other health care professionals, administrators, health care planners and architects.

PHI through PHCS and its partners provides new facility advisory and development services. Among them are:

Project Advisory

  • Strategic market planning
  • Strategic facility and master campus planning
  • Delivery system planning
  • Medical staff development planning
  • Ambulatory network planning
  • Physician-hospital clinical integration strategies
  • Standard policies & procedures
  • Operational process redesign
  • Service line planning
  • Facility planning and programming
  • Technology assessment/planning
  • Project-specific business planning
  • Governance and management organization
  • Preparation for Joint Commission and Joint Commission International
  • Preparation for Magnet status designation


  • Development management
  • Physician demand studies
  • Market and financial feasibility studies
  • Design/development
  • Operational/process redesign
  • Clinical integration
  • Operating and business models

Program Management

  • Project vision and guiding principles
  • Operational/process redesign
  • Planning, design, management

Legal Services

  • Corporate
    - Finance and banking
    - Private Equity
  • Venture financing
    - Transaction structures
  • Health
  • International
    - Franchising
    - Licensing
    - Government relations
  • Real Estate
    - Acquisition and development
    - Design contracts
    - Construction contracts
    - Management agreements

Fundraising Services

  • Operational Assessment/Audit
  • Planning and feasibility studies
  • Campaign management
  • Prospect screening and review
  • Staff and volunteer training
  • Board training
  • Solicitation training for CEO and key staff


Patient Safety and Accreditation

Given PHC’s core competence in patient safety and accreditation, PHI provides affiliate hospitals with ongoing support including:

  • Development of clinical key performance indicators, risk assessment tools, policies and procedures
  • Development of clinical and educational resources and products
  • Support of nurse leadership in their effort to develop more advanced nursing practice.
  • Establishment of a collaborative care model to enable all health care team members to manage safety and other quality-of-care initiatives
  • Integration of patient safety systems and processes including event and disaster planning
  • Staging of regular video conference to address clinical needs

Clinical Care

Client hosted and web-based decision support including real time management reports to improve quality and cost efficiency.

Knowledge Transfer

When expertise cannot be shared effectively across continents, management and medical staff employ video-conferencing or travel to meet on-site to bring the best of PHI to clients, staff and ultimately to their patients.

PHI Organization

PHI has the staff and organizational structure necessary to identify, cultivate and manage appropriate business opportunities throughout the world. The organization markets, supports and coordinates the delivery of services by its partners and PHCS management and medical staff.

The PHI team is led by the President and CEO of Princeton HealthCare System and is guided by an advisory board consisting of members chosen based upon their knowledge in health services planning, facility design, construction, fundraising, legal services, the delivery of services internationally and consulting. Partnering organizations are represented on the Board.

Partners include companies with records of success in international capital project management, architecture, health care consulting, law, construction management and fundraising.