Breadcrumb Home Multimedia Catherine Pollard and Amy Caldwell-Nichols: integrating care and preventing anti-competitive behaviour This content relates to the following topics: Competition, markets and choice Integrated care Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Catherine Pollard and Amy Caldwell-Nichols talk about Monitor's new duties and responsibilities, the regulator's research into integrated care and the role of choice and competition in health care.This was part of the conference: Building an integrated system of careRelated contentVideoStephen Shortell: Accountable Care Organisations in the USDr Stephen Shortell, Dean, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, discusses Accountable Care Organisations in the US.VideoJason Cheah: developing and implementing integrated care in SingaporeDr Jason Cheah, Chief Executive Officer, Agency for Integrated Care, discusses how they are making integrated care work in the health and social care system in Singapore at The King's Fund event: Building an integrated system of care.SlideshowMartin McShane: influence, input and impactMartin McShane outlines how the NHS Commissioning Board works and how it supports clinicians, health care professionals and people in the community to enhance the quality of life for people with long-term conditions.SlideshowMaggie Kemmner: an area-based approach to effectively designing patient-centred servicesMaggie Kemmner discusses how the Lambeth and Southwark Integrated Care Programme has been helping to improve the care of older people in the area. Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Article The NHS is more fragmented than ever Chris Ham looks at the impact of the coalition government's NHS reforms in a comment article for The Independent. Blog The Health and Social Care Act: what next for the NHS? How does the Health and Social Care Act differ from Lansley's original plans? And what challenges will the NHS face now as the Act is implemented? Blog Don't oversimplify the debate on NHS reform Chris Ham puts forward the argument that the complexity and importance of the issues at stake cannot be reduced to the simple question, are you for or against the Bill? Blog Opposition to the Health and Social Care Bill: an Arab Spring for the NHS? With the Royal College of Nursing announcing their opposition to the Health and Social Care Bill recently, Chris Ham considers the next steps for the health reforms.