High-quality healthcare could be delivered across both Guernsey and Jersey in an attempt to make medical services "better value for money" for islanders.
Senior politicians from both islands will meet in St Peter Port today (Monday 10th December) to talk about plans to develop new health policies.
Plans are expected to be formalised by members of the Channel Island Political Oversight Board, which includes Jersey's Chief Minister, Senator John Le Fondré and Guernsey's Chief Minister, Deputy Gavin St Pier.
Jersey's Health Minister, Deputy Richard Renouf, and President of Guernsey's Committee for Health & Social Care, Deputy Heidi Soulsby, will also meet.
It is understood a "Memorandum of Understanding" will be signed to formalise the islands' agreement to work together.