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r> "Better adherence will not threaten health care budgets. On the contrary, adherence to those medicines already prescribed will result in a significant decrease in the overall health budget," said Dr Eduardo Sabaté, Medical Officer, WHO. "This is due to the reduction in the need for more costly interventions, such as frequent and longer hospitalizations, unnecessary use of emergency room and highly expensive intensive care services." Rational use of medicines means good prescribing and full adherence to the prescriptions.

"Health professionals witness the need for better patients' adherence to the treatments they are prescribed. Given that the health care system is partially at fault, incentives must be created to reinforce the efforts of all health professionals in favour of adherence," said Dr Rafael Bengoa, Director, Management of Noncommunicable Diseases, WHO.

What is required is a behavioural support system for the patients.This will ensure betterresource utilisation in the already stretched health systems and will improve the lives of people with chronic diseases.

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