Value-based healthcare is generally defined as a framework for restructuring healthcare systems with the goal of providing value for patients, which represents an important paradigm shift in healthcare today. By the end of 2019, up to 15 per cent of global healthcare spending was directed toward value-based care, standing at US$1,969.3 million – a growth rate of 5.1 per cent over the previous year (Frost & Sullivan, 2019).
The report below sheds light on where we are today in value-based healthcare from the perspective of Middle Eastern and international speakers that participated at Global Health Exhibition – The Virtual Edition. Held in December 2020, the event brought together leaders who offered a point of view through prisms that included digital enablement, imaging and the role of stakeholders, from payers to providers.
This report was produced with the support of Value-Based Healthcare Partner Siemens Healthineers, a leading medical technology company contributing to the enhancement of patients’ lives in Saudi Arabia.