Frequently Asked Questions on Integrated Care (Monitor)


Monitor has produced a collection of online FAQs to help commissioners, service providers and health and wellbeing boards to understand and meet their obligations relating to integrated care.

“Person-centred coordinated care and support is essential to improving outcomes for people who use health and social care services. Focusing on the specific needs of their populations, local leaders have a key role in finding local solutions to improve local services”.

Read more: Frequently asked questions on integrated care. Monitor.

The main section headings in this information resource comprise:

  1. Monitor’s Role in Enabling Integrated Care.
  2. General.
  3. Licensed Providers.
  4. Unlicensed Providers.
  5. Assessment and Provider Regulation.
  6. The Payment System.
  7. Commissioning.
  8. Competition.
  9. Choice.
  10. Collaboration (and Information-Sharing).
  11. Structural Integration.

There is another webpage relating to Monitor’s role in enabling integrated care.

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