The Brazilian health system, a mix of private and public payers, predominantly relies on a fee for service model. In order to meet the health care needs of a growing population but also control spending, Brazil needs to evolve its payment models toward value-based health care. Precision’s Jeremy Schafer and 2iM Inteligencia Medica’s Cesar Abicalaffe analyze the lessons the Brazilian healthcare system can learn from the United States, where value-based care is slowly but surely becoming the norm.

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