Each month, we convene several partner organisations from the BEAMER project to discuss one of the six dimensions of quality care—safety, effectiveness, patient-centredness, timeliness, efficiency and equity—as it relates to adherence to treatments.
You will learn more about who they are and why they care so much about improving adherence across Europe. You’ll also gain insights about how their specific role within the BEAMER project can help prove critical to achieving the quality care that comes when we work together towards better health outcomes.
Adherence to treatment, also known as medication adherence or compliance, refers to the extent to which a patient follows the prescribed or recommended healthcare regimen provided by their healthcare provider. This regimen can include taking medications as prescribed, following a specific diet, undergoing medical procedures, participating in physical therapy, or making lifestyle changes.