It seems from this form that this is about Diabetes treatment adherence. Is that a correct assumption?
This form definitely should be represented as a template, made up of multiple archetypes. And I suggest there is a simple pattern about a clinician’s assessment about whether the individual is following a treatment plan.
This could be about individual tasks or activities that might have been identified in the goal archetype (eg diet, exercise etc), taking medication (no matter what the medication or form). It could be quite simple but broadly applicable, and be used alongside validated instruments like the MMAS
@nuno.abreu @ct.delisser I think self-management is a strategy/process/philosophy of patient/individual/consumer empowerment and accountability which is ideal, especially in management of chronic disease.
But there is a need for assessment and, I hesitate to use the word ‘judgement’ about adherence to the care plan or goals etc, where a clinician says the empowerment and accountability is working, or not and identifying a need for ‘Plan B’.
I pointed you to the ‘Reason for change’ because that is about identifying where patients are in the Stages of Change model, but more importantly in this use case, the barriers to adherence (rather than change) and positive/negative aspects of adherence or non-adherence etc. I think we could utilise some of the modelling pattern here to inform modelling adherence.