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Pharmacoeconomics identifies, measures, and compares the costs and consequences of drug therapy to healthcare systems and society. Economic, humanistic, and clinical outcomes should be considered and valued using pharmacoeconomic methods.The perspective of a pharmacoeconomic evaluation is paramount because the study results will be highly dependent on the perspective selected.Healthcare costs can be categorized as direct medical, direct nonmedical, indirect nonmedical, intangible, opportunity, and incremental costs.Economic, humanistic, and clinical outcomes should be considered and valued using pharmacoeconomic methods, to inform local decision making whenever possible.