Case Studies EIU Global Assessment


In assessing the varying degrees of VBHC readiness and adoption, it becomes clear there are pilot projects, policy initiatives and experiments worth noting. Whether it's the Regional National Health Service (NHS) health boards implementing pilot projects on outcome collection in Wales or policies being developed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to replicate and spread good practices and shift the trajectory of US healthcare away from fee for service models and towards value-based care, these case studies shed light on some of the most innovative thinking from around the world.

Americas Region

  • BRAZIL: The country guarantees universal health coverage, but the system is highly fragmented
  • CANADA: Ontario’s specialty Shouldice Hospital is a value-based healthcare model
  • CHILE: Policymakers aim to expand basic value-based practices
  • COLOMBIA: Using technology to assess healthcare
  • UNITED STATES: Putting value in place: America’s CMS Innovation Center

Europe, Middle East & Africa Region

  • GERMANY: Integrating value-based healthcare: Germany’s Gesundes Kinzigtal
  • IRELAND: The system shows few signs of having a value-based healthcare model
  • RWANDA: A success story of a value-based collaboration
  • UNITED KINGDOM: Offering value-based healthcare amid financial pressures
  • WALES: Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, Wales: Putting value-based care into practice

Asia Pacific & China Region

  • CHINA: China’s healthcare challenges: The People’s Hospital of Yiyang County in Henan Province
  • INDIA: India’s Apollo Hospital Group: Personalising value-based healthcare
  • SINGAPORE: Its exemplary value-based healthcare system keeps improving