Bisphosphonate adherence high with GP follow up

Fracture liaison clinics should focus more on initiation of anti-osteoporosis pharmacotherapy because long term adherence with medication is good when overseen by GPs, a NSW study suggests.

In a two year follow up of osteoporosis patients started on bisphosphonates at a fracture liaison service, adherence was high regardless of whether patients received regular follow-up with the fracture liaison service or were referred to their GP for follow up, a study in Osteoporosis