BHTI strongly relies on the criterion for assessment of quality as developed by the MoHCDGEL and the Association of Private Health Facilities in Tanzania (APHFTA). This criterion is used alongside guidelines provided by the National Council for Technical Education (NACTE). The guidelines from the regulatory authorities inform the planning, implementation and assessment of the practices at the BHTI.
In the quest for quality improvement, both internal and external evaluations receive sufficient attention.
The BHTI Academic Committee serves as overseer of quality practices while specific Departments have established internal quality assurance systems that facilitate creation of a quality culture. BHTI is doing all that is possible to improve the quality of teaching, research and public health services.
In case of challenges, strenuous efforts are there to address them.
In fact challenges are to be expected, as life is by itself a challenge.