Comprehensive care is health care that is based on the episode of care's aims. These objectives are clinically appropriate, connected with the patient's expressed preferences and healthcare needs, and take into account the impact of the patient's health conditions on their life and wellbeing. The term "comprehensive care" refers to treatment that is planned and managed around the patient's physical, mental, and cognitive health needs. At the end of their lives, patients should continue to receive comprehensive and compassionate care. Comprehensive care refers to a treatment strategy that considers the entire patient and all of his or her needs, not just medical and physical ones. Integrated care, also known as integrated health, comprehensive care, coordinated care, seamless care, or transmural care, is a global trend in health-care reforms and new organisational frameworks that emphasises more coordinated and integrated forms of service delivery.