NEJM June 28, 2022
Chibueze Okey Agba, MBA, Joshua Daniel Snowden-Bahr, JD, MHA, Kushal T. Kadakia, MSc, Samer Abi Chaker, MD, MPH, James B. Young, MD, and Alex G. Forystek

The United States is not alone in trying to evolve more effective financial incentives for improving health care. The Cleveland Clinic describes the lessons it has learned from working with value-based care models in the U.S., the United Arab Emirates, and the United Kingdom.


As global health care expenditures continue to rise due to aging populations and managing chronic diseases, providers, payers, and policy makers must shift their focus from traditional fee-for-service models to value-based care programs. Despite early progress in the value space, there have been delays in implementation to stand up value-based programs due to transition costs and changes to infrastructure, as well...

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