Health Populi July 29, 2021
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

When we say the word “pharmacy,” we might picture the Main Street brick-and-mortar chain drugstore that dispenses medicines from behind the counter in the far back of the building, and sweet and salty snacks at the front by the cashier.

In fact, “pharmacy” is the jumping off point for the expanding and increasingly beloved retail health ecosystem, J.D. Power found in the company’s latest 2021 U.S. Pharmacy Study.

Each year, J.D. Power assesses consumers’ perceptions of pharmacies by category, including those retail chains along with supermarket operated, mass merchants, and mail order channels.

This is the 13th year of the study, which surveyed responses from 12,646 consumers who had filled a prescription in the 3 months prior to September 2020...

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Topics: Patient / Consumer, Pharma, Pharma / Biotech, Provider, Retail care, Survey / Study, Trends, Wellness
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