Markus Kraus and Thomas Czypionka contributed to the article "Defining good health and care from the perspective of persons with multimorbidity: results from a qualitative study of focus groups in eight European countries", published in the BMJ open journal. The prevalence of multimorbidity is increasing in many Western countries. Persons with multimorbidity often experience a lack of alignment in the care that multiple health and social care organisations provide. As a response, integrated care programmes are appearing. It is a challenge to evaluate these and to choose appropriate outcome measures. Focus groups were held with persons with multimorbidity in eight European countries to better understand what good health and a good care process mean to them and to identify what they find most important in each. Read the full paper online.