Sell benefits, not features

Finding an emotional connection with the patient offers the opportunity to move beyond a transactional interaction, says Glenn Guilfoyle      Selling features-advantages-benefits has been around since Noah came off The Ark. Most folk in retail pharmacy seem to at least be aware of this concept. But couching the benefit in a way that truly

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