Guidance and information for independent providers of NHS healthcare services.
Find out more about Monitor’s upcoming events and webinars for independent providers of NHS healthcare services.
Newsletters sent to licensed independent providers of NHS healthcare services.
As an independent provider of NHS healthcare services, you need an NHS provider licence unless you’re exempt. Details of licensed independent healthcare providers are published in Monitor’s register.
If you don’t comply with a condition of your licence, or if you provide NHS services without a licence when you should have one, Monitor can take action against you.
Monitor’s role is to make sure that procurement, choice and competition operate in the best interests of patients and to step in if anti-competitive behaviour by NHS commissioners or providers goes against patients’ interests.
Read more guidance and information about NHS procurement, choice and competition for healthcare providers and commissioners.
Monitor and NHS England invite you to take part in shaping the development of the NHS payment system. You should read these guidance documents.
You can find out more in this collection of publications on the payment system.
Integrated care is ‘joined-up’ care that helps organisations work across traditional boundaries to provide care and support that meets the needs of patients and service users.
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