Although united politically and economically, the European Economic Area still experiences substantial diversity in access to healthcare and its provision. The important addition to this variability are the countries remaining geographically within Europe, but outside the European Union. Whatever factors are responsible, it always results in loss of care, deterioration of individual health and possibly the spread of communicable disease. Many factors may contribute to the way people engage and retain in care and different approaches can be provided to correct gaps in the continuum of care. This talk aims to map these gaps in care, as well as give some examples of possible solutions.