As already said, agreements are usually put in place for the co-management of service lines in order to improve operations and achieve identified results and standards. Within this paradigm, the management unit is responsible for performing a comprehensive list of management tasks (the basis of the basic management fee) as well as performing certain performance-based metrics (the basis of the incentive management fee). The co-management structure described above is intended to ensure the active participation of the hospital and physicians in the provision of online management services (i.e. the online co-management agreement), while the structure in Diagram 2 illustrates the management company as the exclusive property of the physicians (i.e. the online service management agreement). The main difference between the two (with the exception of the obvious issues of ownership, governance and capitalization) is that, in the co-management structure, the resulting division of responsibilities within co-management (i.e.: The management contribution of each party to the provision of management services) is approximately proportional to the percentages of actual ownership. Often, co-management manages the entire service line as well as its sub-service lines, which can lead to a very robust layout. Using the example of cardiology, sub-service lines (i) may include medical cardiology; (ii) interventional cardiology; (iii) electrophysiology; (iv) cardiac surgery; (v) vascular surgery; (vi) cardiac rehabilitation; and (vii) several outpatient centres and clinics. .