Role of Pharmacoeconomic Analysis in Healthcare Systems
Pharmacoeconomics or health economics is the field that assesses the experimental and economic features of healthcare products, services, and plans for the healthcare providers, patients, and policy makers. It comprises multiple techniques including cost effectiveness, cost benefit, cost of illness, cost minimization, cost utility, and other economic analytical techniques, facilitating the decision makers in the allocation of resources.
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