Medical Economics: Technique, Usefulness and Limitation

Viroj Wiwanitkit

Abstract


Medical economics is an important specific branch of biomedical science. It applies the principles of economics to medicine. The aim of the application is to manage the limited resources in medicine. The usefulness of medical economics can be seen. Nevertheless, its limitation has to be discussed.


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Medical, Economics, Usefulness, Limitation.

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