For effective implementation in a complex organization such as a network in the health sector, some authors suggest a multi-level governance perspective which takes into account the complexity of steering collective action in a network whose partners include clinicians and non-clinicians, who are both autonomous and interdependent. At each level, governance practices focus on promoting the adaptation of service provision, managing relations among partners, developing knowledge through information, formulating a vision, fostering adherence to values and norms, and providing the monitoring and control needed to ensure the intended result, that is, integration, are achieved.