Value-based healthcare comes of age
The report identifies a number of key factors for this, including the availability of high quality data, which is crucial in measuring value in healthcare. The ability to capture this data, and compile and share real-world evidence on health outcomes, is thanks largely to Sweden’s long-term investments in information technology, and notably electronic health records including Cambio’s.
An earlier worldwide study by The Economist Intelligence Unit in 2016, showed Sweden was already ahead of the game. This, it said, was helped by its highly developed system of disease registries, outcome-based reimbursement for some specialist care, and a decentralised health system encouraging local and regional pilots.
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