Patients Like Pharmacies That Give Preventive Care

Almost half of Americans over the age of 40 would transfer their prescriptions to a pharmacy that provides preventive care services and would prefer to pay cash for those services. They also highly value local pharmacies that give advice about medication interactions and side effects and quick over-the-counter treatments.

Those are the findings of a survey commissioned by the cloud-based services company, PrescribeWellness, which looked at older Americans’ 2018 health goals and the services that they value most from their community pharmacy.

Survey findings also reveal that weight loss is a top priority for older Americans with 42% of the respondents claiming that they are willing to consult their local pharmacist for guidance on losing weight.


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