Updated Guidance on Complying With Monitor’s Integrated Care License Requirements (Monitor / Department of Health)

Summary

Monitor has updated guidance and background information to help healthcare service providers, commissioners of services, and health and wellbeing boards, to comply with specified integrated care license obligations.

Content headings comprise:

  1. General.
  2. Licensed providers.
  3. Unlicensed providers.
  4. Provider appraisal and regulation.
  5. The payment system.
  6. Commissioning and contracting.
  7. Competition.
  8. Choice.
  9. Collaboration (including information-sharing).
  10. Structural integration.

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Reference

Complying with Monitor’s integrated care requirements. London [Online]: Monitor, January 14th 2015.

See also:

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Reference

Integrated care: how to comply with Monitor’s requirements. London: Department of Health, January 14th 2015.

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Reference

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