Oral bisphosphonate compliance and persistence: a matter of choice?

@inproceedings{Silverman2010OralBC,
  title={Oral bisphosphonate compliance and persistence: a matter of choice?},
  author={Stuart L. Silverman and John T Schousboe and Deborah T. Gold},
  booktitle={Osteoporosis International},
  year={2010}
}
Compliance to oral bisphosphonates is suboptimal, with negative consequences of increased healthcare utilization and less effective fracture risk reduction. Extending dose interval increased adherence only moderately. We used literature derived from multiple chronic conditions to examine the problem of noncompliance with osteoporosis medication. We reviewed the literature on adherence to osteoporosis medication as well as that across multiple chronic conditions to understand what is known about… CONTINUE READING

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