The purpose of this paper is to outline the theory and practice of governance for integrated care, using the case of New Zealand’s healthcare alliances.
This is descriptive analysis.
Alliance governance provides considerable scope for bringing health professional together to focus on whole system approaches to care design. As such, it facilitates care integration.
This is a descriptive review.
Descriptions of alliance governance in New Zealand and in general are rare in the literature. This paper fills this gap.
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