Definition

A resumption of treatment corresponds to the delivery of a product already delivered to the patient but within a period that is considered too long to be a renewal of treatment.

A treatment resumes when a patient is delivered a product that has already been delivered to him and whose time between the two deliveries is greater than the drop period -out *.

This indicator is available:

  • # patients: Distinct number of patients resuming treatment already initiated
  • # units delivered: Number of units delivered (UC) for patients resuming treatment already initiated
  • # average per year: Number of resumes of treatment divided by the number of months in the analysis period, multiplied by 12
  • # average per month: Number of treatment resumes divided by the number of months over the analysis period

* The drop-out period is defined by the user. It corresponds to the time needed to confirm the end of treatment.

NB: If there is a resumption, the previous delivery of treatment was considered as a discontinuation of treatment.

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