What is next for pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research in Asia?

@article{Doherty2004WhatIN,
  title={What is next for pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research in Asia?},
  author={Jim P Doherty and Isao Kamae and Kenneth Kwing-Chin Lee and Hong Li and Shu-Chun Li and G Liu and Y H Tarn and Bong-min Yang},
  journal={Value in health : the journal of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={7 2},
  pages={118-32}
}
OBJECTIVES Pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research have the potential for rapid adoption in the Asia Pacific region. Nevertheless, the region is characterized by great diversity in social and economic development, ethnicity, population size, health-care system, culture, language, and religion. Thus, the rate of adoption is also quite diverse across the region. METHODS Among the countries reviewed in this article, governments take varying levels of interest in applying this research in health… CONTINUE READING

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