Fee-for-service (FFS) vs Value-based reimbursement model

National Health Insurance (NHI) has become the catalyst for transforming the health system, particularly the way in which health services are delivered and their corresponding reimbursement model. It’s been widely acknowledged that replacing the current Fee-for-service with a Value-based reimbursement model is critical to making universal health coverage (UHC) a reality. Bearing in mind that UHC isn’t only about realising affordable healthcare, it’s also about improving the access to quality care and healthier populations – something that has not been possible with FFS reimbursement.

Here’s how the FFS and the Value-based reimbursement model compare:

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