New competences are required for organizing decisional intergroup conflict resolution in health care settings for more functionality and higher performance. Identifying barriers and facilitators of negotiation between caregivers for current applications and future prospects is related to readiness to change. Exploring ınterpersonal skills and building more interpersonal trust between service users and professionals might one of an optimum promoter on the way to that target. Performance of health care professionals, job satisfaction in long-term care and making better health-related decisions at homes might be improved by participatory mixed methods protocol. Analysing the roles of leaders deeper for the adoption of different approaches, processes, issues and implications is also essential. Benefits of participatory governance and leadership are prooved individual and organizational factors influencing of work context. Increasing cooperation in health systems is a highly productive area for better public health status of nations especially in the more and more complicating medical age.