Programs that assist people comply to the instructions that come with their prescriptions are called medication adherence programs or patient adherence programs.
A common component of these programs is teaching patients about the significance of taking their drugs in the correct manner and giving support in order to guarantee adherence.
They can also include the use of reminders or other technologies (for example, pill boxes or applications for smart phones) to assist individuals in keeping track of their medication schedule and remembering to take their drugs on a consistent basis.
According to research, these kinds of programs help people have better results by assisting them in better managing their diseases and reducing the expenditures associated with medicine. In the long run, this results in healthier populations and lower overall expenses associated with health care. In addition, these programs may be altered to meet the requirements and interests of each individual participant, making them more useful for a wide range of people.
Medication adherence programs, in general, are an important component in the process of enhancing health outcomes and lowering overall health risks.
According to the reports of the World Health Organization, over 70% of healthcare providers do not actively monitor their patients’ adherence.
“Increasing the effectiveness of adherence interventions may have a far greater impact on the health of the population than any improvement in specific medical treatments.”
Reference: Adherence to Long Term Therapies, Evidence for Action
€125 billion lost each year across Europe due to non-adherence to medication
Reference: The International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC) Report, Doctor’s orders: Why adherence is critical to improving health outcomes across the life course
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